Now You Can Get Married at the Stately 'Father of the Bride' House (It's on the Market!)

Make your own memories in the sprawling L.A. home.

If you're like us, you have the 1991 Steve Martin movie Father of the Bride seared into your consciousness — and will never forget the scenes that capture the essence of love, family... and picture-perfect real estate.

Well, now you can actually host your own overly complicated backyard wedding on the stately property... after you buy it. Yes, the Los Angeles home is for sale.

Located in Alhambra, the home has five bedrooms and four baths and sprawls over nearly 4,400 square feet. It's listed at $1,998,000.

Built in 1925, the home is done in a Colonial style on a massive 18,110-square-foot-lot. It has a grand entry, elegant living room, large formal dining room, and den or study area with walnut paneling.

In addition to the bedrooms and baths upstairs, there's a bright sunroom with a Batchelder fountain.

A gourmet kitchen was recently done: It includes top-end Thermadore appliances including a 90-bottle wine fridge and French doors that overlook that famous yard.

The house has hardwood floors, custom cabinetry, bookcases, and crown moldings. There's also a security system, a three-car garage, and a 600-square-foot detached room with its own bathroom.

Now who's ready for a sweet and simple backyard wedding that gets way out of hand? (Martin Short not included.)

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