‘A Christmas Story’ home goes up for sale in Cleveland

It’s a twist that even Ralphie didn’t see coming.

The iconic “A Christmas Story” home in Cleveland is up for sale.

The beloved holiday movie set has been transformed in recent years into a museum and guesthouse.

Movie buff Brian Jones, who bought the house for $150,000 on eBay in 2004, announced on Monday that he would put Ralphie Parker’s fictional home, along with the Bumpus House next door, a museum/gift shop of the across the street and a few other lots nearby. up for sale.

A large for sale sign is already installed outside the house and includes a “frageelay” floor lamp in the front window.

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Jones has spent tens of thousands of dollars over the years to restore the house and surrounding properties as they appeared in the 1983 film which was shot in and around Cleveland.

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The sale of the house is being handled by Hoff & Leigh real estate and no price tag of what Jones hopes to get for the house and surrounding properties has not been disclosed.

There is a website for listing the house and neighboring properties. “The entire campus is for sale,” according to the website.

In this Dec. 2, 2015 file photo, the exterior of A Christmas Story House and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio is shown.

The famous house was built in 1895 and opened for public tours in 2006 and attracts some 75,000 visitors a year.

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The original film recently made headlines as a sequel “A Christmas Story Christmas” premieres Thursday on HBO Max.

The sequel was filmed in Hungary.

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