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While I can understood the desire to step into the world of my favorite films, I do think it’d be odd to live in a house that was featured in a movie. Nonetheless, the home that was used for shooting the 1985 classic The Goonies is currently up for sale. The historic Victorian home was built in Astoria, Oregon in 1896 and sports lovely views and plenty of charm. You’ll find a large wrap-around porch overlooking the Oregon Coast as well as three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an impressively situated loft at the top of the home. The listing has already attracted quite a bit of attention from fans of the coming-of-age flick The Goonies and the current owners are seeking $1,650,000 for this 2,336 square-foot home.

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