Bill Murray’s suburban New York home where he lived at the height of his career in the 1980s is listed for $2.07 million.
At that time, Murray had his first starring role with the film “Meatballs”.
In 1982, while he was still living in the house, he collaborated with the late writer-director Harold Ramis and starred in box-office hits including “Caddyshack,” “Stripes,” and “Tootsie.”
They also filmed “Ghostbusters” before selling the house in 1990.
Aptly known as The Manse, this property is located just 25 minutes from downtown, in the heart of the A-list-favorite snedens landing community.
Built in 1868, the delightful Gothic Revival-style home underwent a $1 million restoration in 2016, the listing notes.
Composed of four bedrooms and three bathrooms, the now yellow-painted home also features traditional front and rear porches, wide-board pine floors, crown moldings, and three fireplaces with Victorian mantels.
Perhaps the most interesting part of the house is the bathtub, which once belonged to Uma Thurman. The tub, which was previously in a home she owned, was re-glazed and explained in the hallway bathroom renovation.
The country kitchen has a fireplace/pizza oven, marble counters, and a separate butler’s pantry.
A fenced yard completes the home.
It is a short walk to the Hudson River, tennis courts and a library.
Richard Ellis of Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.
Murray still maintains another home nearby that he bought directly after leaving this now-listed residence. (He lived in this house while the other house was being renovated.)
In recent years, Murray has been the subject of controversy after allegations of being violent or sexually harassed classmates,
Shortly after the allegations surfaced, Geena Davis stated in her memoir, “die gracefullyMurray was accused of harassment during the filming of “Quick Change”, which was released in 1990.
This would mean that he was living in the house at the time of the alleged incident.
Murray is currently starring in the Marvel film, “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantummania,” in theaters.