Check out the inside of the iconic home from 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show'
It looks nothing like Mary Richards' apartment.
All images: Jon Huelskamp/Landmark Photography
By now, we're all aware the insides of our favorite TV homes don't necessarily match the outsides. After all, there's no way the Bradys could live in a modest ranch when the interior was an airy, two-story, mid-century modern house.
Thanks to an ongoing sale, we can now get a sneak peek inside the Minneapolis home seen on The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
We must say, it looks nothing like the living spaces of Mary, Rhoda and Phyllis.
In the photo above, you can spot the large window featured in Mary's apartment. Clearly, she wouldn't be able to hold any dinner parties in those tight quarters.
The home was built in 1900, and its clearly been updated since the 1970s, when The Mary Tyler Moore Show aired.
Although the house is currently listed for $1.7 million, owning a piece of TV history is truly priceless.
Take a look at what Mary's apartment should have really looked like.
Entertainment Room (a.k.a. "Mary's apartment")
Just to compare...