I can't believe I didn't go to this house when I was in Cleveland a few months ago! The famous house from the “A Christmas Story” movie, which has been transformed into a museum and a bed and breakfast in recent years, is up for sale. Film buff Brian Jones, who purchased the house on West 11th Street in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood for $150,000 on eBay in 2004, announced Monday that he is putting the fictional home of Ralphie Parker, along with the Bumpus House next door, a museum/gift shop across the street and some other nearby lots up for sale. A large for sale sign is already up outside of the home that comes complete with a "fragile" leg lamp in the front window. Jones has spent tens of thousands over the years to restore the home and the surrounding properties to how they appeared in the 1983 movie that was filmed in and around Cleveland.
There is a website for the listing of the home that is ranked as the number 4 top tourist attraction in Cleveland on TripAdvisor. CLICK HERE to check out the house