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We'll raise a glass to this! The stately colonial, which served as the backdrop to iconic '90s movie "Father of the Bride," sold quickly in Alhambra, California — a city located eight miles from LA — for the asking price of $1.998 million. It went on the market this past June.
The home appeared in the original 1991 production starring Steve Martin, Kimberly Williams-Paisley and Diane Keaton, and made a re-appearance in the sequel “Father of the Bride II,” which was released in 1995.
Fans will surely recognize the home's basketball court, where Martin and his movie daughter, Williams-Paisley, shot hoops one-on-one and melted our hearts with their father-daughter musings.
The backyard set the scene for the movie's various wedding and backyard moments, which were shot across the half-acre property.
In the movie, the exterior shots were actually filmed in front of a nearly identical house located in Pasadena, California.
The home, which was built in the 1920s, spans 4,400 square feet and has four bedrooms, four baths and a sun room with a Batchelder fountain.
The cook's kitchen features Thermador appliances, a 90-bottle wine fridge, and traditional design details including custom cabinets, built-ins and hardwood floors.
Ann Gluck of Compass held the listing for the Alhambra home. Tony Hsu of Premier Realty Associates represented the buyer.