Imagine owning a piece of sports cinema history in the form of Annie Savoy’s house from Bull Durham. That’s right, Annie’s house in Durham, North Carolina is for sale and it can be yours for $1,150,000. It’s the house where Crash Davis explained to Annie what he believes in before leaving her and Meat at the front door. Crash drops the mic on Annie with “I’m not interested in a woman who’s interested in that boy.” Sports movie history, fellas. One of the Holy Grails of your life. You can own it. Live in it. Turn it into a Airbnb for sports fans, movie buffs. You make the call here.
“After 12 years in the minors, I don’t try out,” Crash told Annie in that room. You and the boys will be living in that house during guy’s weekends and reliving the movie day after day.
This “Bull Durham” beauty hits it out of the ballpark! The meticulously maintained c1880 James S. Manning Queen Anne historic home features old-world charm and tasteful updates that honor its original character. The home boasts an expansive front porch, 11′ ceilings, elaborate millwork, intricate ceiling medallions, original wood floors, asymmetrical windows, decorative fireplaces, 9′ pocket doors, stained glass transoms, gracious screened porch/backyard plus studio space to let your imagination run wild.
Mortgage: $5,200 or so. Nbd if you’re making that Durham research institute money.Annie & Crash have a moment from Bull Durham And what the room looks like in 2020 / via Redfin