Mary Tyler Moore‘s Greenwich estate is searching for a new owner.
The five-bedroom Connecticut mansion once belonging to the late sitcom actress has been listed for $21.9 million with Joseph Barbieri of Sotheby’s International Realty – Greenwich Brokerage.
The Georgian colonial home built in 1900 offers plenty of privacy with 7.37 outdoor acres landscaped by Janice Parker.
To reach the secluded residence, one must drive on a gated driveway along a winding stream that leads into Oakley Pond.
The residence is also expansive, with a floor plan designed by Stephen Wang totaling 13,825 square feet.
The second-floor primary suite is in a private wing, which spans over 2,000 square feet and includes dual marble baths, dressing rooms, and spacious walk-in closets.
Guests first witness the ample square footage of the estate when they open the front door to the home and see a spiral staircase that serves as the focal point of the foyer.
As visitors make their way through the entryway, they are met with scenic landscape views inside the Venetian-plastered living room with a bay window and fireplace.
With a pool table and built-in bookcases, the dual-purpose billiards and library room is perfect for entertaining guests and features comfortable window seats and a marble fireplace.
The formal dining room echoes the features of the living room and has fine dentil molding. Nearby, the kitchen accesses the breakfast and family room with a fireplace.
Through the French doors is the patio for indoor and outdoor dining, which is adjoined by an office that houses its own powder room with tray ceiling and marquetry floor.
Also located on the first floor is a laundry room with a formal powder room and a dog shower and grooming station.
Sotheby’s International Realty deems “the showpiece of the house” to be a 23′ x 23′ glass conservatory with open windows to let the sun in and towering potted plants.
On the second floor, the primary suite maintains the lower level’s design elements with a tray ceiling and marble fireplace.
The larger of the suite’s two baths features a freestanding shower enclosure and bathtub, while a steam shower and adjoining wardrobe room can be found inside the other bathroom.
Upstairs, in addition to the primary suite, are three en-suite bedrooms and a laundry/gift-wrapping room. The residence also includes a separate one-bed apartment with a kitchen and bath above a three-bay garage.
Other property amenities include a gym and spa facility with a massage room, built-in jacuzzi pool, steam shower room, and sauna — all within walking distance of the pool and outdoor fireplace.
Moore was a beloved TV icon in the ’70s with starring roles in The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Later in her career, she turned in memorable performances in films like Ordinary People and Stolen Babies.
She died at age 80 on January 25, 2017, her longtime rep confirmed in a statement to PEOPLE.