The house that was "home" to Blanche, Dorothy, Rose and Sophia can be yours -- if you've got about $3 million.
The Wall Street Journal reports the home that served as the "exterior" for the Miami-set show is actually located in the ritzy Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.
The home -- right down to its blueprints -- also served as an inspiration for a full-sized replica of the structure that was constructed at Disney's Hollywood Studios, in Orlando, Florida, after the show, which ran from 1985 to 1992, became a hit.
It stood at the park until 2003.
The house, built in 1955 by lawyer David Noble Barry III and his wife, Margaret Carr Barry, has become a tourist attraction for "Golden Girls" fans eager to snap a photo of it. According to the listing, it boasts four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows.
"Natural colors and textures create a tranquil atmosphere and sliding shoji screens and built-in cabinetry subtly define space," the listing reads. "Pristine original oak floors and the original turquoise, avocado and yellow kitchen are among the beautifully preserved period details."
It has been listed for $2,999,000.