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Rent Bea Arthur's Secluded Country Ranch For $32K/Month

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It boggles the mind as to the bank account one would need to rent Bea Arthur’s Cliff May ranch in California, but if you can swing the $32,500/month asking price, it’s certainly a lovely, secluded spot.

The “Golden Girls” actress, also celebrated for her animal activism and champion of LBGT rights, purchased the home back in 1975. According to Curbed LA, it features “five bedrooms, including a master suite, numerous walk in closets, travertine floors, two offices, a great room, a media room, a tennis court, and a resort-sized pool and spa” all in the style of a Spanish courtyard estate.

The ground sound spectacular, with over four acres of hiking trails, sycamore and California oaks, gardens, and waterfalls.

According to a 1998 A&U magazine article, she told the author “This is country out here…I can walk around without anything on and nobody cares, and it’s just lovely.”

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