It was on the basketball court of this stately colonial home outside Los Angeles that Steve Martin and his movie daughter, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, melted hearts while shooting hoops in the 1991 film “Father of the Bride.”
The backdrops for that scene and for wedding-related shenanigans in the backyard are now on the market for $1.998 million.
They come with a 4,400-square-foot home that features all the trappings of luxurious suburban-style living, including a grand entry, formal living and dining rooms and a walnut-paneled den.
The 1925 home includes four bedrooms, four baths and a sun room with a Batchelder fountain.
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Its gourmet kitchen boasts Thermador appliances and a 90-bottle wine refrigerator, and the traditional architecture is exquisitely finished with hardwood floors, custom cabinets and built-ins. There’s also a detached, 600-square-foot room with its own full bath.
And while the front of the house may look familiar, it did not make an appearance in the movie. A similar-looking home in Pasadena played that part.
The listing agent is Ann Gluck of Compass.
Photos courtesy of Compass.
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