Remember the show Roseanne? The Evansville, Indiana house that was featured as the facade of the Connor home is up for sale! Check out the inside of the home!

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If you've got $129,000 just lying around, you can own a piece of Americana and Television history! The house located at 619 S Runnymeade Avenue, is now up for sale and listed with FC Tucker Emge. With 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and nearly 2,000 square feet of living space, this house, built in 1925, would make a great family home!

While it was only the front of the house that was used on the show, there is still plenty to see inside! This will make a great home for someone, and they'll get to own a piece of television history!

 

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The den inside the "Roseanne House" Photo: FCTuckerEmge
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You can also check out one of my favorite episodes of Roseanne. It's the episode where Roseanne teaches Darlene's Home Ec class how to cook dinner for a family of five on a limited budget, and reveals that she buys generic cereal to refill the name brand box at home! *Gasp*