Mary Tyler Moore House – She Leaves Behind A Jaw-Dropping Home

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Mary Tyler Moore's home
Photo: Mary Tyler Moore - From Gams to Glitz

Television icon Mary Tyler Moore passed away on January 25th, 2017 surrounded by friends, family and her husband of 33+ years, Dr. Robert Levine.

Mary Tyler Moore rose to fame as a member of “The Dick Van Dyke Show” in the 1960’s. In the 1970’s she launched “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” and although many believed it would be a flop, the show thrived for seven massively successful seasons. Her kind-hearted spirit was known throughout the industry, but it’s said that no one ever questioned who was in charge – Mary Tyler Moore called the shots.

In a rare 1991 interview with Architectural Digest, Mary opened up about her sprawling New York compound where she felt most free: playing in her garden, riding her horses and shuffling furniture to make space for her latest antique purchase.

 

The main house is to the left and the pool house to the right. Her favorite time of year is Fall, but at the time of the interview, she had always been away working and missed the peak of leaf changing.

Mary Tyler Moore's Home
Photo: Durston Saylor / Architectural Digest

 

Her master bedroom is lit by a uniquely oval window and decorated with her favorite 19th-century trinkets.

Mary Tyler Moore's Home
Photo: Durston Saylor / Architectural Digest

 

Here, an Amish quilt is framed and accompanied by a collection of miniature chairs as well as a 19th-century Virginian cupboard holding a carved eagle sitting atop a cannonball.

Mary Tyler Moore's Home
Photo: Durston Saylor / Architectural Digest

 

The designer of the home, Timothy Macdonald, calls this “the heart of the home.” Just off the kitchen, a 19th-century table sits next to a massive stone hearth.

Mary Tyler Moore's Home
Photo: Durston Saylor / Architectural Digest

 

“It’s a carp, and that’s an Oriental sign of good luck,” says Mary Tyler Moore about the fish statue near the pool.

Mary Tyler Moore's Home
Photo: Durston Saylor / Architectural Digest

 

In her library, the actress’s ancestor, Captain John Moore, is depicted in a 19-century portrait by Elizabeth Moore Reid.

Mary Tyler Moore's Home
Photo: Durston Saylor / Architectural Digest

 

She and her husband’s marriage contract hangs over their antique dining room table, a circa 1850 rug hangs over the mantel and a 19-century tiger from Kentshire sits on the living room table.

Mary Tyler Moore's Home
Photo: Durston Saylor / Architectural Digest

 

These two 19-centruy portraits of her ancestors greet visitors in the entrance all.

Mary Tyler Moore's Home
Photo: Durston Saylor / Architectural Digest

 

OTHER FUN MEMORIES OF MARY TYLER MOORE


 

In 2013, Mary guest starred on “Hot In Cleveland” where the original cast of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” reunited for their last interview. It was sadly one of Mary’s last public appearances as well.

 

Lastly, these are the three most asked questions about Mary Tyler Moore:

1. Where to watch The Mary Tyler Moore Show?

Although you can find snippets on YouTube, these are the three places where you’ll find full seasons:  iTunes, Amazon Video, and Vudu.

 

2. Where is Mary Tyler Moore’s House?

The home we’ve shown you above is located in Upstate New York, which she purchased in the late 90’s.

The home shown in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It’s for sale, as a matter of fact. Check it out here.

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3. Where is the Mary Tyler Moore statue?

The statue is located in the heart of Minneapolis. In 2002, Minneapolis and TV Land revealed the Mary Tyler Moore statue at Nicollet Mall to commemorate the moment in the opening credits of the show when Mary Richards throws her hat into the air after a fantastic day of shopping.

 

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Photo: Nick Stevenson
Mary Tyler Moore Statue, Minneapolis, Mary Tyler Moore Show
Photo: Joe Rossi

 

 

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