Missed out on buying that South Dakota ghost town? Here's a chance to own a piece of pop culture history, straight from the mind of David Lynch. Fansite Welcome To Twin Peaks reports that Laura Palmer's fictional home is now on the market for the bargain price of $549,950.
The four-bedroom house in Everett, Washington stood in as the interior set for the Lynch-directed pilot of Twin Peaks, and for interior and exterior shots in the Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. Even after 20 years, the rooms are still immediately recognisable as the home of the tormented Palmer family – even the dearly departed homecoming queen's rocking chair is still in her room.
The real estate listing on the property website makes no mention of Twin Peaks: "Charming 1930s home in the heart of Historic Rucker Hill. This home features hardwood floors, crown molding, oversized rooms & timeless character... This is a must see home!" Demonic entities, high school murders and Red Room not included, I guess?
For any Lynch fans looking to invest in some high-quality property, Welcome to Twin Peaks has provided a few side-by-side visual comparisons of the home to its fictional counterpart. For more images, head over to their site.
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