The late Bea Arthur of "Golden Girls" fame was revolutionary in not only her social activist endeavors, but in her cultured taste in architecture as well. Up until her death in April 2009, the renowned actress resided at a sprawling rustic estate, which is now available to rent for $32,500 per month.
"The Real Estalker" reports that the celebrated actress (and former Marine!) owned the Los Angeles area estate since at least the mid-1990s. The renovated 6,000 square foot Spanish ranch features five bedrooms, incredible cathedral vaulted ceilings, two sets of offices, a spacious walk-in closet in the master suite, an updated modern kitchen, and four wood-burning fireplaces. Not to mention the house is surrounded by nearly four acres of lush grounds that include tennis courts, hiking trails, and a sizable pool.