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November 21, 2016

'Boy Meets World' home, set on Main Line, put up for sale

Real Estate Homes
112116_BoyMeetsWorld Source/Trulia

"Boy Meets World" home at 4196 Colfax Avenue in Studio City, California.

Mr. Feeny's going to have a new neighbor — a wealthy one.

The home that served as the set piece for ABC's longrunning hit "Boy Meets World" has hit the market for $1.595 million, according to a listing posted at Trulia.

It's not actually on Philadelphia's Main Line, of course. The house is located in L.A.'s "coveted Colfax Meadows neighborhood of Studio City," where all of the tween and teen angst came to life for TGIF.

"Built in 1940, the property is tucked behind private gates on an expansive lot surrounded by a huge front lawn, mature trees, and privacy-ensuring tall hedges," Trulia wrote in a feature on the listing.

The 2,500-square-foot home includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms on two floors and has a separate 2-story guest house. The video below offers a better look at the exterior of the home, then and now.

Despite the fictional trappings of the series, its impact on stars Ben Savage (Cory) and Danielle Fishel (Tapanga) is unmistakable. The two are married and have collaborated on a Disney Channel reprise "Girl Meets World."

For old time's sake, here's Cory in a Phillies jersey dancing around Mr. Feeny.