Now you can relive your favorite moments from Groundhog Day over and over and over again because the bed & breakfast that was used in the beloved Bill Murray comedy is reportedly on the market for $985,000.
While it is currently a B&B called the Royal Victorian Manor, according to real estate site Estately, it “easily be turned into the grand single family it once was.”
Note that the house is not located in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, but actually Woodstock, Illinois, and reportedly boasts a plaque bearing its name from the film, “The Cherry Street Inn.” Plus, as Gizmodo notes, the town hosts an annual “Groundhog Days” festival, so future residents would have that to look forward to.
So pony up your cash, set an old-fashioned clock radio to go off at 6:00 a.m. playing “I Got You, Babe,” and relive the same day over and over.
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