All those “Father of the Bride” fans hoping to move into the house in which the 1991 comedy was filmed are out of luck — the home has been sold.

The home, located in Alahambra, California, was recently sold for the $2 million asking price, reports the Los Angeles Times.

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Exterior shots of the house were used for the original movie and its 1995 sequel. The property spans just over 18,000 square feet and features scenic landscaping from the movie, including the driveway basketball court and the original hoop used by Steve Martin and Kimberly Williams-Paisley on the eve of her character’s wedding.

The home includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a renovated kitchen and detached room by the backyard with a full bath. Oh, and did we mention the sunroom with its decorative fountain?!

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The more than 4000-square-foot house was also used in the 2005 comedy “Guess Who”, with Ashton Kutcher and Bernie Mac.