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.