That's cheap. Let's buy it. It'll be our home away from home.
Just bought my lottery tickets. Hold your breath until tmo night!
How could you not love the movie and the house. I agree with you it really doesn't seem out of line even with the declining housing market. Location, location, location.
This is the 1950s original, right, not the 1990s Steve Marten/Diane Keaton version. I thought that was filmed near Chicago.
No, this is the more recent one. I believe it was set in California. 'Sort of remember palm trees on the street. I'm assuming it was the house for the sequel, too -- where Diane and Steve conceived their baby on the kitchen floor. That was a great kitchen!! Judging by the interior photos today, it looks like a stylist did some magic on the place for the film.
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