Travel'Golden Girls' Fans, You Need to Airbnb This Guesthouse That Once Belonged to Rue McClanahan
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Post-series finale trip, perhaps?
has always been a point of intrigue for devoted fans of the show—specifically the —and although you can’t visit either, if you're a fan of the show you're going to want to bookmark this one for your next girls’ getaway.
Located in Ardmore, Oklahoma, the three-bedroom, one-bath Airbnb listing is on the childhood property of one of thecast. Famously known as Blanche Devereaux, actress Rue McClanahan grew up in the suburbs of Oklahoma just across the street from the that pays homage to the O.G. friend squad with fun memorabilia throughout.
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Fans will find framed pictures ofcast and bedrooms inspired after characters: Stay in Sophia's Suite, Rose's Room, or Blanche's Boudoir complete with .
“The house does not look like the set from Golden Girls. It is more of a tribute to the ladies from the show!” homeowner and photographer Lori Harrison tells House Beautiful.
Stepping into the yard will have guests feeling like they’re on the countryside, but the quaint neighborhood is actually a "stone's throw" from town or as Rue described it in her, “17 telephone poles past the standpipe.”
So before summer comes to a close, gather around your best gals to relax in the comfort of a TV icon’s former home for.
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