“Boy Meets World” house meets market for $1.6M

The 2,500-sf property is marketed as potential teardown

Nov.November 21, 2016 10:30 AM
Cory and Topanga from Boy Meets World, and the house at 4196 Colfax Avenue (Credit: ABC, Crisnet)
Cory and Topanga from Boy Meets World, and the house at 4196 Colfax Avenue (Credit: ABC, Crisnet)

The 1940s-era Studio City pad from the 1990s hit sitcom “Boy meets World” is available for sale for $1.6 million, neighbor Mr. Feeny not included.

But the 2,500-square-foot property, which looks exactly like it did in the show, may not last for long. It is being marketed as a potential teardown.Listing agents Scott and Lisa Sorrentino of Rodeo Realty are marketing it a “possible lot split, rehab or build new,” according to listing materials. Actor Joe Campanella is the seller, TMZ reported.

The Cape Cod-style home sits on a quarter-acre lot and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It features a vine-covered gate, a sun room, formal living and dining rooms and a basement that could be turned into a wine cellar.

In the show, members of the Matthews family who lived at the property would yell over the fence to their neighbor, Mr. Feeny, who would dispense advice on life and love.

The 92-year-old Campanella, known for his roles in “Days of Our Lives,” “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and a whopping 200 other TV shows and films, acquired the residence in 2006, property records show. [TMZ]Cathaleen Chen

Related Articles

Kunal Nayyar and the home (Credit: Getty Images and Comapss)

“Big Bang Theory” star Kunal Nayyar buys Hancock Park home

Four of the top residential listings in LA this week

Here are the priciest resi listings in LA County last week

Larry King and Shawn Southwick

Larry King is saying “so long” to Beverly Hills Flats mansion

Sheldon Adelson and his new property flanked by two of his other homes (Credit: Getty Images)

Sheldon Adelson is betting big on the Malibu housing market

Joel Silver and the dining room in the Brentwood home (Credit: Getty Images)

Producer Joel Silver lists Brentwood estate at blockbuster price

College athletes could soon be allowed to make money on endorsement deals in the state of California (Credit: Getty Images and iStock)

Playing the real estate game: College athlete bill could mint young millionaires and homebuyers

The home on Amalfi Drive, Paul George, and Deandre Jordan (Credit: Getty Images and Realtor)

Paul George dishes $16M for DeAndre Jordan’s former Palisades pad

Candy Spelling and her home on 21500 block of Pacific Coast Highway (Credit: Getty Images, Redfin)

Spelling is a-selling: Candy Spelling lists Malibu estate after former home breaks record