Bea Arthur’s estate has put the late star’s Brentwood, California home on the market. Arthur lived in the home from 1975 until her death in 2009, but it can be yours if you happen to have $16 million to blow. (Well, $15.995 million, to be exact.)
The Spanish-style palace was built in 1924 and designed by architect Cliff May, but was later expanded to 6,000 square feet.
It had previously been available to rent for a mere $60,000 a month, but Arthur’s crew is looking to make the big dolla-dolla with a clean sell.
We’d like to imagine Bea returning home after a long day on the set of Golden Girls, and slipping into a kaftan, pouring a glass of iced tea and sprawling out on a couch next to her pool, where she’d mutter things at the amber California sunset.
Here’s a little virtual tour of the Arthur pad (via LA Curbed)
Maybe if we all pool our money together, we can buy it and get haunted by Bea’s sassy ghost.