Admit it, you love Cher. Just think, instead of all those trips to Connecticut to visit Mystic Pizza you could actually own a piece of Cher's history. The Brooklyn Heights brownstone from the movie Moonstruck is on the market. The elegant 177-year-old, four-story home at Cranberry and Willow Streets is being offered for a cool $5 million.
Real-life neighbor Dorris Cain, 78, recalled watching Cher kick the can down Cranberry St. during filming, but it was only years later that she realized it was part of the movie. "It's fun to see these things, but you become very blasé about it," said Cain. As for the sale, Cain shrugged. "There's been a tremendous turnover just in the past five years," said Cain. "I think it has a lot to do with people getting old and dying."Now your life would be complete if only you could turn back time.
· 'Moonstruck' lovers: $5M will buy the house [NY Daily News]
· Listing: Cranberry Street [Corcoran]
UPDATE: Not surprisingly, Brownstoner had the scoop on this ealier in the week.