Hot Home News: The Mary Tyler Moore Show, a NYC Horse Stable, the Lake Tahoe Home of the Man Who Invented the Bar Code, and Car Collector 1950's Theme Home
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Pompano Beach, FL (I-Newswire) January 22, 2013 - This week's Top 10 homes spotlight at TopTenRealEstateDeals.com includes a look at the home that TV viewers saw every week from 1970 to 1977 as the home of Mary Richards in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." Everyone who saw the show probably remembers the Victorian house in the opening title sequence where Mary was renting an upstairs apartment. As late as 1995, Entertainment Weekly claimed that it was “TV’s most famous bachelorette pad.” Even though the house was given a fictitious address in the series, fans finally figured out the real address and it became a tourist destination with as many as 30 tour buses a day. The 9,500 square foot home can be yours for $2,895,000.
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In 1800's New York City, horses were ridden to and from work, for errands, for police patrol, delivery wagons, peddlers’ carts, fire engines, ambulances, omnibuses, cabs and private carriages. The well-to-do had their own private stables but the majority of horses were kept in public stables. By 1880 the horse population in New York was estimated at 175,000. That equated to three million pounds of manure and 40,000 gallons of urine a day on streets and in stables. That same year New York City removed 15,000 dead horses from the streets. The history of the 19th Century horse stable has made a masterful turnaround at the George S. Bowdoin Stable in Murray Hill. The former horse stable is for sale at $8,250,000.
A favorite subject of television programs that spotlight unusually outstanding properties, the Villa de Madre estate and vineyard in California has been featured on both HGTV’s "Million Dollar Rooms" series and the "Behind the Gates" TV show. The compound is built on almost 80 acres with 63 acres of vineyards, a 22,882 square foot main house, a 2,896 square foot caretaker’s house and three magnificent car barns that can house up to 100 cars. The vineyard produces 150,000 bottles of Cabernet wine annually while the car palace includes lots of muscle cars, a full service 1950’s diner and a wall of olden days Main Street storefront replicas. Asking $18 million.
Also, the Lake Tahoe home that was built for the inventor of the ubiquitous bar-code just sold for $25,500,000 to PeopleSoft founder David Duffield, and the 100-acre Devita Ranch with a Tuscan-inspired main home, guest house and thoroughbred training facility near Venice, Florida that was for sale at $9,900,000 is now going to auction on January 31st.
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