Say “I Do” to the “Father of the Bride” House

The traditional Colonial house featured in the 1991 remake of Father of the Bride is now on the market for $1.35 million. The home played a pivotal role in the flick which chronicled the neurotic George Banks (played by Steve Martin) deal with planning a wedding and letting go of his eldest daughter. Located in Alhambra, CA, the abode features five bedrooms, 3.75 bathrooms, and charming custom detailing ideal for any family willing to say "I do" to the $1.35 million price tag. View the listing.

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Buena Vista Pictures
The traditional Colonial house featured in the 1991 remake of <I>Father of the Bride</i> is now on the market for $1.35 million. The Alhambra, Calif. abode features five bedrooms, 3.75 bathrooms, and charming custom detailing ideal for any family willing to say "I do" to the $1.35 million price tag.
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The colonial-style home should look familiar, as many of the scenes from the movie were filmed there. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/500-N-Almansor-St_Alhambra_CA_91801_M26864-71578" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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A view of the spacious formal entry way. Alhambra, CA is only eight miles from downtown L.A. and has become a popular filming location. Over fifty films have reportedly been shot in this L.A. suburb including <I>Liar, Liar</i>, <I>Halloween</i>, and <I>Herbie: Fully Loaded</i>.
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The home played a pivotal role in the flick which chronicled the neurotic George Banks (played by Steve Martin) as he delt with planning a wedding and letting go of his eldest daughter. Adjacent to the entryway is this large living room that features paned glass windows, hardwood floors and a fireplace.
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The 1925 traditional Colonial includes this walnut paneled study complete with built-in shelving and its own fireplace.
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A look at the gourmet kitchen. In addition, the home comes with a full basement that provides ample storage space.
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Buena Vista Pictures
“This was the moment I'd been dreading for the past six months. Well, actually for the past 22 years,” says Steve Martin's character in the remake of the 1950 original. The film had viewers laughing (and crying) through all the ups and downs of his daughter's engagement.
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A view of the formal dining room.
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Ascend the spiral staircase and enter this cheery solarium.
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The home boasts five bedrooms and 3.75 bathrooms.
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A view of the long driveway that leads to the three-car garage. In the 1991 remake of the film, George Banks harks back to the days he played basketball with his daughter Annie (played by Kimberly Williams) in this very backyard.
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A view of the lush backyard.
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