Call Doris Roberts’ Classic Hollywood Home Yours Today
Legendary entertainer and Hollywood actress Doris Robert’s former Hollywood Hills estate is currently on the market. Best known for her role as Marie Barone, the prying and meddling mother of Ray Romano, on Everybody Loves Raymond, Doris Roberts established herself as a sitcom legacy in the show’s 210-episode long tenure.
Roberts’ role as an overbearing mother/mother in law won her a Screen Actors Guild award and four Emmy awards, and despite Roberts’ passing in 2016, her character’s legacy is still alive and well. If you’re a tried and true Doris fan, you can now share a piece of her history by purchasing her Los Angeles home.
Bask in the Picturesque Landscape Surrounding Doris Roberts’ Home
Sited in the A-list Hollywood Hills neighborhood, you’ll find the home of the late, great actress, Doris Roberts. Occupying 11,600 square feet on an expansive double lot, this property is big enough for all of Mama Marie’s opinions.
Built in 1927, the 3,700 plus square foot home is built in a classic, cantina-inspired style. But before you enter the late Doris Roberts’ home, admire the property’s striking view of the city and coastline. The home offers views of the Santa Monica Mountains – a landscape as iconic as the home’s late owner.
A Home for Busybodies and Good-Natured Mothers Alike
Enter Doris Roberts’ beautiful craftsman home, and you’ll immediately get a sense of how this Hollywood icon once lived. The 3 bedroom, 5 bathroom home is arranged within a classic floor plan. In the main living space, you’ll enjoy full picture windows, exposed beams, and abounding sunlight.
While the great room is perfect for playing nice with company, the nosy gossip happens in the den, an adjoining, lower-level speakeasy area. The home’s living areas also include a formal dining room, a butler’s kitchen and pantry, and a cantina-style entertainment room complete with a wet bar – an essential for enduring Barone style mother-in-law nagging.
While the home’s spacious bedrooms and interior spaces are celebrity worthy, nothing rivals the home’s outdoor entertainment space. Next to the main house, you’ll step out onto a shaded terrace that blends into the Santa Monica hillside.
Call This Celebrity Hollywood Hills House Home
With Doris Roberts’ recent passing in April of 2016, her Los Angeles home quickly gained notice for its timely market listing. Whether you’re eager to learn more about this sitcom icon through living in a home she once owned, or you’re just hoping to find a hillside getaway with sprawling Hollywood views, the celebrity history makes this home undeniably alluring.