Fictional Home of Laura Palmer for Sale

Located in Washington State, the four-bedroom home was used in the David Lynch-created Twin Peaks as well as the follow-up feature film Fire Walk With Me.

Photo courtesy Windermere Real Estate Located in Everett, Wash., the 4,000-square-foot home used as the base for the fictional Palmer family in David Lynch's Twin Peaks is up for grabs. 

Fans of the critically acclaimed Twin Peaks television series will be thrilled to know that the home used as the residence of Laura Palmer is up for sale. Created by David Lynch and Mark Frost, the wildly popular and uber-creepy serial drama only ran for two seasons and was mostly filmed in the Washington towns of Snoqualmie and North Bend.

Palmer, played by Sheryl Lee, was the homecoming queen mysteriously murdered in a sleepy and odd town called Twin Peaks. The consequent investigation of said murder was the primary focus of the show, which was nominated for several Emmys and won three Golden Globes – one for actor Kyle MacLachlan and one for best television drama.

The home for sale is located in Everett and was also used for the feature film Fire Walk With Me. It has four large oversized bedrooms; one full bathroom and a powder room; pristine hardwood floors and carpet and a large basement. It also has two fireplaces and a standalone two-car garage. The kitchen looks almost exactly the same as it did in the television series.It sits on a double lot and is located in a historic district known as Rucker Hill. An eponymously named park is within walking distance.

The current asking price is just under $550,000 donuts, and listing agent Casey Price said that he is getting a lot of calls on the house. So, if you’ve always wanted to follow in the footsteps of David Lynch, this could be your one and only chance.

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