Cute but SCHMALTZY. Definitely a 1980s era RomCom.
This was a Made For TV movie from a time when regular broadcast TV did not have nearly as much artistic depth as theatrical productions had. Think of this as a precursor to the Lifetime and Hallmark channels, in terms of production values.
In terms of the story, settings, and witty repartée, this is not unlike some 1950s and 60s films, except for the fact that the single adult female (played beautifully here by a young Valerie Bertinelli) was a well-mannered career woman with an unabashed and healthy sexual appetite, rather than a scandalized or shameful woman as you would have seen in the 1950's and 60's.
I did NOT appreciate the obvious male and female stereotypes, which are now archaic, like the idea that women aren't mostly better drivers than men. I DID appreciate that the divorced bachelor was able to cook, clean, and sew even better than the young lady, however.