John Shannon
August 17, 2016 at 07:14 PM EDT

If only Steve Martin’s character in Father of the Bride had known how much his house was worth, he might not have been so freaked out about paying for his daughter’s wedding. The Colonial-style home where a portion of the film was shot was sold recently for nearly $2 million.

The large house in Alhambra, California was used to film the backyard, driveway basketball, and wedding scenes in the 1991 comedy Father of the Bride and scenes from its 1995 sequel, Father of the Bride II. The house sold for its asking price of $1.998 million after being put on the market in June.

The home’s Zillow listing reveals that it is nearly 4,400 square feet and contains five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Earlier this summer, star Kimberly Williams-Paisley — who played Martin’s daughter — tweeted about the house being up for sale. 

type
Movie
Genre
runtime
105 minutes
director
Charles Shyer
Cast
Kimberly Williams-Paisley,
B.D. Wong
Studio
Buena Vista Pictures
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