One careful owner required.
It’s not technically music news, but we’ll always make an exception for anything Twin Peaks-related: Laura Palmer’s fictional home in the cult TV series is on the market for just over half a million dollars.
The four-bedroom house, located in Everett, Washington, was used for its interiors in the TV show and for both interior and exterior shots in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me. Fansite Welcome To Twin Peaks has helpfully compared the property’s interiors with shots from the series, and amazingly, Laura Palmer’s wicker rocking chair is still there – hopefully the current owners will throw that one in with the sale.
The listing makes no mention of the TV show, describing the $549,950 building as a “charming 1930s home in the heart of Historic Rucker Hill. This home features hardwood floors, crown molding, oversized rooms & timeless character”. If you’ve got the cash, please buy it and set up a theme park.
It’s been a strong year for Twin Peaks diehards so far, with two separate soundtrack reissues arriving on Death Waltz alongside a brand new box set with 90 minutes of unseen footage, while FACT’s John Twells recently put together a Beginner’s Guide to the incredible career of Angelo Badalamenti, the composer largely responsible for creating Lynch’s signature sound. [via Dazed]