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 real-life home that served as the filming location for the Banks family in the "Father of the Bride" abode is now for sale. It turns out it's a full-on mansion out in Alhambra, California, and it happens to be the place where they shot the wedding and backyard scenes. (Fans already know that front exterior shots came from a separate house in Pasadena.)
For $2 million, this clapboard beauty could be your next house. It's being listed on Zillow in all its clapboard goodness, and it boasts all the "Father of the Bride"-y qualities you'd expect, like shutters and a formal entry and pillars and a tree-lined street and, yes, a basketball court in the back.
It's still to be determined whether the Banks family initials come carved in the tree or whether you'll see apparitions of young Annie learning to shoot hoops, but it seems like a good investment nonetheless.