The Father of the Bride House Is For Sale — and It's Expensive
Father of the Bride is beloved for many reasons — the delightful plot, the comedic genius of Steve Martin and Diane Keaton, and the spectacular house the Banks family resides in. So you'll be thrilled to learn that the real life Alhambra, CA, house used in the grand wedding and sentimental basketball scenes in the hit film just hit the market. Built in 1925, this historic four-bedroom, three-bathroom Colonial boasts 4,397 square feet of elegant living space — and a big price tag to match. It was listed for $1.998 million. Beyond its movie fame, house highlights include a grand entryway, renovated gourmet kitchen with a 90-bottle wine fridge, and a sunroom with a Batchelder fountain. Charming architectural details such as arched door frames, hardwood floors, custom cabinetry, and crown molding can be seen throughout. Keep clicking to check out what the unforgettable house looks like in real life.