The home of Molly Ringwald’s teen angst is on the market for a cool $1.499 million.
The Evanston, Illinois home featured in John Hughes’s coming-of-age classic “Sixteen Candles” was listed earlier this month and has already attracted several potential buyers, according to listing broker Jill Blabolil of @Properties.
“We’ve had serious interest and people that just want to come through because it was their favorite movie,” Blabolil told ABC News.
The spacious 3,250 square foot home contains six bedrooms, four full baths and two half-baths — plenty of room for when your entire extended family (and a foreign exchange student) come to stay.
If you were hoping the home had been preserved in all its ’80s glory, say goodbye to your dreams of patterned wallpaper and plush carpeting. The interior has been substantially updated since “Sixteen Candles” was released in 1984.
Now, you’ll find gleaming stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and lovely hardwood floors.
Is the buyer of this beautiful home destined to have all their birthdays forgotten? Probably. But if Jake Ryan swings by occasionally, we’d say it’s worth it.