‘Marley & Me’ House
June 23, 2011 by Post Team
‘Marley & Me’ House, The house in rural Pennsylvania appears Marley & Me is on the market. It sits on 16 acres and has four units, including a farm with six seats. Appears in the list of 1.25 million. Attorney John Ennis and fine art photographer owns it Lisa Taylor Ennis, who are willing to reduce their size and their three children are grown, according to the local newspaper.
“People come to take pictures,” says John Ennis of the newspaper. “A lot of kids and parents jumping out of the car and take pictures in front of the house of Marley. The people are friendly and discreet, who want to join us. They just want to see the house of Marley.”
The couple renovated the five bedrooms, three bathrooms, featuring a new kitchen designed Waterbury, a new roof 50 years of cedar shake, wood floors and a renovated master bathroom with Carrara marble and a claw- foot bathtub.
Most of the furniture Ennis’ Americana, quilts and artworks (including a photograph of Lisa) remained in the house during the two months of filming, periodic reports. The Ennis’ moved to an apartment near the premises for two months as the stars Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson filmed the movie based on John Grogan’s memoir about his Naughty Dog, Marley.
“They wanted a house that stands solid as a rock to Grogan” relationship, “said John Ennis of the place.
The real estate agent, Dick Gross, is included to connect to the movie house in its marketing materials.
“Selling a house is like selling a work of art or art if the house has good provenance -. On the basis of who owns or owned, or what happened there – they do a disservice to your client if you do not take advantage of, “he said.
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