For anyone who’s ever wanted to get closer to the gritty, working-class realism Roseanne Barr famously captured in her classic sitcom Roseanne, the Conners’ old house in Lanford, Illinois is now on the market. (Except that it’s located in Evansville, Indiana, since Lanford isn’t a real place.) For the asking price of $129,000, you, too, can experience the everyday magic of the Conner household—minus Barr’s caustic zingers and the family’s struggles with the hot-button issues of the day. It’s apparently a “great home for college students,” though its historical charm would no doubt be lost on residents too young to really appreciate it.
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