MOVIE MANSION IS ON THE MARKET!

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(FoxNews) — Don’t call it a "Money Pit", According to Sotheby’s International Realty, the sprawling estate which served as the subject of the 1986 comedy
flick “The Money Pit” has hit the market for a cool $5.9 million.

While the home was portrayed as a problematic fixer-upper that frustrated
Tom Hanks and Shelley Long’s characters in the Steven Spielberg-produced
film, the restored, Gilded Age-style mansion will prove anything but a burden
for its new owners.

Nestled on 5.5 acres on the North Shore of Long Island, N.Y., the massive
14,000-square-foot home property boasts seven bedrooms, eight full baths,
eight fireplaces, an elegant principal room and a four-room master suite. In addition, the grounds include a six car garage, in-ground saltwater pool, and
formal gardens.

   
    
    
    
    

    
   

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