The home that was featured within the 1984 romantic comedy movie “Sixteen Candles” has graced the true property market in Evanston, Illinois, for $1.65 million. This isn’t the primary time the house from the long-lasting film, directed by John Hughes, has been up for grabs both.
The five-bedroom, 4.5-plus-bathroom residence has been utterly renovated, in response to the itemizing on Realtor.com, and comes with an abundance of area all through its 5,000 sq. ft.
Wood burning fire
Tons of storage
New slate roof
According to the property historical past, the home was final bought in 2018 after being on and off the market since 2016. It made headlines in information retailers like Forbes and Curbed Chicago when it first went again up on the market for 1.49 million in 2016.
“Sixteen Candles” revolves round a household forgetting concerning the sixteenth birthday of their daughter, performed by Molly Ringwald, as they deal with her older sister’s marriage ceremony. The film additionally stars Paul Dooley, Justin Henry and Anthony Michael Hall.
Evanston is about 14 miles north of Chicago.
The home is at present listed as “contingent.”
This story was initially printed May 12, 2022 4:02 PM.