“The Goonies” home will not be on the market however one other movie location in Astoria is: The Victorian-era farmhouse occupied by actor Ally Sheedy’s character within the 1986 comedy “Brief Circuit,” who cared for a lovable robotic self-named Johnny 5 craving for human enter.
The fifth-of-an-acre property at 197 Hume Ave. is listed at $344,900 by Invoice Fornas of Pete Anderson Realty, who states: “Right here’s your likelihood to personal a bit of Astoria’s wealthy film historical past!”
The properly maintained, 119-year-old home has three bedrooms, two bogs and 1,562 sq. toes of residing area.
Most notable is the situation, which Fornas calls “treasured.” Views of the Columbia Riverand the metal truss Astoria-Megler Bridge to Washington state are seen from the lounge, kitchen and the wraparound deck, which extends the entertaining area.
The “Brief Circuit” home was in-built 1900, when Astoria was already a bustling port metropolis.
The oldest metropolis within the state has lengthy been the main target of tales of legendary Lewis and Clark explorers and fur merchants and, in a burst of cinematic fervor, the situation for 1985′s “The Goonies,” 1986′s “Brief Circuit,” 1990′s “Kindergarten Cop” and 1993′s ″Free Willy” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III.”
A few of these and different motion pictures filmed within the scenic state are included within the Historic Oregon Movie Path, a sequence of markers directing individuals to well-known movie places.
The brand new proprietor of the “Brief Circuit” farmhouse may have three ranges wherein to stay. From the formal rooms and kitchen on the elevated essential stage, up stairs to the bedrooms or right down to the basement.
–Janet Eastman | 503-294-4072
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