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Home from David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” hits the market

The piece of the cult show's history is asking just $549,950

 David Lynch’s early-’90s supernatural detective drama “Twin Peaks” has no shortage of fans. And now, one of them will have the chance to own a piece of the show’s history for a mere $549,950.

The Everett, Wash., four-bedroom that was the fictional home of Laura Palmer, the all-American high school student turned murder victim, has listed with little acknowledgment of its connection to the cult show.

According to the listing, the property is a “charming 1930s home” with “hardwood floors, crown molding, oversized rooms & timeless character.” Unfortunately, there are no Lynchean red drapes to be found, according to Curbed. . [Curbed]Christopher Cameron