Although the iconic Sugarbaker & Associates design firm was based out of Atlanta, Georgia, the home you recognize from this beloved 80's television show can actually be found in Little Rock, Arkansas. The iconic white facade of this Southern estate was featured frequently in Designing Women, but the home is much more than just a television show set. Located on 1321 Scott Street, Villa Marre – as it's known on the market – dates all the way back to the 1880's. The Italian architecture is a statement in the city's Quapaw Quarter, and the building itself has been everything from an event venue to housing for Alcoholic's Anonymous. Villa Marre has four bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, a library, a kitchen, a formal dining room, and 2 parlors. And, as one would anticipate of the elegant Designing Women house, the home has stunning spiral staircase and more than one stately chandelier. We've got great news for all those Julia Sugarbaker fans – the home's for sale. Join realtor Tony Curtis and Executive Director of the Quapaw Quarter Association Patricia M. Blick as we take a peek inside the famous house and examine the details that make it so iconic to Arkansas.