Here's how much it would cost to buy the "Father of the Bride" house
If you’re an ‘90s baby, chances are one of your lowkey favorite films is Father of the Bride, the heartwarming film that starred Steve Martin as a stressed-out dad trying to plan the wedding of his only daughter. If you ever swooned over the gorgeous family home in which the ceremony takes place — and have about $2M to spare — it just went up for sale!
According to Zillow, the 4,400-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath home, which is located in Alhambra, California, just went on the market for $1,998,000.
If you’re like, “Wait, this house kind of looks like the one in the movie, but the front of it looks different,” this is actually only ONE of the homes used in the flick. While this house was used for the wedding as well as the cute scene where the Steve and his daughter (played by Kimberly Williams) shoot hoops in the backyard, a different house was used for the front of the home. That one is located in Pasadena, and is currently not for sale. You can see it in this clip:
In a past interview with HGTV Magazine, the owners of the Pasadena home said that the house gets plenty of people wanting to take photos of the famous house and has also been the setting for real-life marriage proposals. And just like in the film, the homeowners chose to host their own wedding reception at their home! No word on whether Steve Martin was one of the wedding guests.