The "Father of the Bride" House Is for Sale! #WeddingVenueGoals
If you're a daddy's girl at heart (or have any heart at all) you've probably teared up while watching 1991's Father of the Bride. From the adorable father-daughter dynamic between Annie (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) and George (Steve Martin) to the gorgeous home that doubled as a reception venue, the movie is a must-watch for any future bride.
And if that backyard celebration made you swoon, you may want to take a seat. The 18,110-square-foot property where it was shot, along with the beautiful 1925 white colonial, is back on the market, meaning your childhood wedding dreams could actually become a reality. That is, if you're willing to buy it.
According to Zillow, the Alhambra, California home runs for $1,998,000, but if money-saving George taught you anything, you may be able to bargain for an even bigger steal.
The classic estate has more to offer than sentimentality, though: The home includes a grand entry, a 90-bottle wine fridge, and a "bright and cheery" sunroom with its own fountain-talk about hosting potential!
Just think of the meaningful moments you could share in the house-or, better yet, playing ball at the original basketball hoop.
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