The Long Island House From “Meet the Parents” Is For Sale

It can be yours for $2,299,000

Ben Stiller In 'Meet The Parents'
Ben Stiller in a scene from the film 'Meet The Parents', 2000.
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It’s been over 20 years since the comedy Meet the Parents hit theaters, eventually leading to a pair of sequels and a very meta moment on SNL‘s Weekend Update. And if you’ve ever watched the film and thought, “That would be an excellent place to live,” you’re in luck. A new report from Dana Schulz at 6sqft brings with it the news that the house used in the film is now on the market.

The listing for the property at Douglas Elliman offers more details on what prospective buyers can expect. The house includes a formal living room and a formal dining room, a three-car garage and an “enormous chefs kitchen with breakfast area, butlers pantry & outdoor flow.”

Situated on 2.17 acres in Muttontown, itself situated within Oyster Bay, the house is listed for $2,299,000.

The New York Post‘s report on the house offers more details – including the fact that it was built in 1983 and features a long circular driveway. There’s also an indoor pool with a retractable roof, which was the site of a very memorable game of volleyball in the film. If meeting the house from Meet the Parents sounds intriguing to you, this might be your ideal moment.

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