The "Father of The Bride" House Is for Sale and We're All Freaking Out

Over-priced wedding swans not included


Call your realtor: The 4,400-square-foot Los Angeles home where Father of the Bride (starring Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Martin Short and Kimberly Williams-Paisley) was filmed in 1991 is officially on the market. In case you were wondering, this includes the formal living room where Steve Martin first met his future son-in-law, the backyard where he envisioned his daughter’s picnic-style wedding and last but not least the basketball net where he challenged his daughter to a little pre-wedding one-on-one. Mega swoon.

You can peep the listing (and all the nostalgia-filled pics) on the official listing. How you come up with $2 million is up to you. 

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