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The 'Father Of The Bride' House Is For Sale, And It's Just Like The Movies

Prepare for some major nostalgia.

You still remember that adorable father-daughter basketball scene from the 1991 movie "The Father of the Bride."

And now, you can relive it in real life... for a cool $2 million, of course.

The "Father of the Bride" house is currently for sale in Alhambra, California with a listing price of $1.99 million. The charming colonial home comes with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 4,397 square feet of pure cinematic nostalgia:

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Sara Lauder/The Purple Frog
Sara Lauder/The Purple Frog
Sara Lauder/The Purple Frog
Sara Lauder/The Purple Frog
Sara Lauder/The Purple Frog
Sara Lauder/The Purple Frog

Imagine shooting hoops à la Steve Martin and Kimberley Williams. Aww!

It's worth noting that not every part of the home will look familiar to prospective buyers: Only the wedding scene and basketball sequence were shot on the property, according to its listing at Compass with agent Ann Gluck. Another home in nearby Pasadena was actually used as the front of the house in the film, Zillow notes.

The home's value has steadily increased over the years: It was last sold for about $1.3 million in 2011, according to Zillow.

Hmm, sounds a little steep for a basketball court. Maybe we'll just move in with Mark Wahlberg instead.

Happy house hunting!

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