Laura Palmer’s ‘Twin Peaks’ House Is on the Market (Photos)

It can be yours for a cool $549,950

Here comes another opportunity to own a piece of Hollywood history. That is if a rabid “Twin Peaks” fan hasn’t already snapped up the house in Everett, Washington that doubled as Laura Palmer’s home on both the show and the movie, “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.”

Fansite Welcome to Twin Peaks – who else? – dug up the listing, which shows the 4 bedroom 1.5 bath home on the market for a cool $549,950. The home was used for interior shots in the pilot episode of “Twin Peaks,” and for interior and exterior shots in “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.”

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Welcome to Twin Peaks also helpfully provided a few side-by-side images showing just how familiar the house should be to David Lynch fans who want to scoop it up. Take a peek inside the house in the pictures below.