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A COUPLE who purchased the home the place the Nineteen Eighties movie The Large Chill was filmed has spoken out about what it is wish to dwell within the native landmark residence.

John and Katie Tashjian bought the Beaufort, South Carolina, residence in 2017 for $1.76million.

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John and Katie Tashjian purchased the landmark South Carolina home in 2017 for $1.76million

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John and Katie Tashjian bought the landmark South Carolina residence in 2017 for $1.76millionCredit score: Zillow
The 1980s film The Big Chill was filmed at the home

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The Nineteen Eighties movie The Large Chill was filmed on the residenceCredit score: IMBD

Constructed within the 1850s, the house is situated in The Previous Level Neighborhood in Beaufort.

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Along with The Large Chill, the house was additionally the setting for the 1979 movie The Nice Santini.

John initially noticed the house years in the past when visiting Katie whereas they have been relationship.

“As an actual property man, I instantly fell in love with the house, its story and its spectacular pure setting on the Beaufort River,” Tashjian advised TODAY on the time.

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“We toured the house that day and it caught with me over time. I stayed in contact with the dealer and, a little bit over a 12 months later, lastly negotiated a deal to buy the house.”

Boasting 5 bedrooms and 5 loos plus a visitor home and two garages on the 1.38-acre property, John labored to revive the house.

The house, a neighborhood landmark often called Tidalholm, attracts 25-50 folks per day, in line with the brand new house owners.

Twice as many gawk on the home on weekends.

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And never solely are folks pausing for photographs, however they’re singing, too.

“I can’t let you know what number of instances I’ve heard folks singing ‘Jeremiah Was a Bullfrog’ prefer it’s some type of old-time revival,” John advised the Wall Avenue Journal.

John additionally advised the outlet that he is needed to put in automated gates to maintain folks out of their yard.

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Initially, when the couple moved in, they left the gates open, welcoming folks into their yard.

“There have been folks sitting in our yard, taking movies,” John advised the outlet.

Some guests went as far as to recreate scenes from the movie – and knocked on the door asking for a tour.

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John advised the Wall Avenue Journal that he would generally present excursions, relying on “what sort of temper I used to be in.”

However now, John and Katie welcome guests from past the property gates solely.

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“Should you’re going to personal this home, you may’t be stunned by the reception,” John mentioned.

“It’s like residing subsequent to an airport and complaining about airplanes.”

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