Pout like Molly Ringwald in the original “Sixteen Candles” house

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First Molly Ringwald’s actual home hit the market, and now one of her fictional homes is up for grabs too.

Located in a Chicago suburb, at 3022 Payne Street in Evanston, Illinois, is the six-bedroom brick house that featured in the 1984 film “Sixteen Candles”. Directed by John Hughes, the coming-of-age comedy follows high-school sophomore Samantha “Sam” Baker (played by Ringwald), whose family forgets her 16th birthday due to her sister’s wedding.

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Built in 1931, the home’s 3,250 square feet are spread across three floors and a finished basement. It comes with four full baths, a spacious foyer, a dining room, and a living room with a wood burning fireplace. The new kitchen includes a breakfast room and a chalkboard wall, while the outdoor kitchen has a wood burning stone fireplace. Naturally, it’s had some upgrades since the eighties, but the stairway remains the same as does some of the home’s moldings.

Jill Blabolil of @properties has the listing.

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