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Any fans of ABC’s family sitcom Roseanne who ever wanted to live like the Conner family, now have the chance: the house is on the market.
The $129,000 home, set in the fictional town of Landford, Ill., is actually located in Evansville, Ind., according to A.V. Club, and has been described as a “great home for college students.”
Realtor.com also reported that the four-bedroom house, which was built in 1925, barely resembles the interior of the fictional home. It has been recently remodeled and now includes a new deck, new windows and a renovated kitchen, as well as a recreation room in the basement.
It didn’t take long for word of the listing to reach the show’s star and creator Roseanne Barr on Twitter. She commented “I know someone who wants it!” in regards to the sale of the house.
Although “Roseanne” was on the air from 1988 to 1997, reruns of the hit show are still broadcasted on TV Land and the Women’s Entertainment network.