July 15, 2021

The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour

The home in Bartow, Florida featured in "My Girl,"  a.k.a. the film where Macaulay Culkin dies from a bee sting, is currently on the market for $675,000. Located at 555 E. Stanford St., this 9,508 square-feet, six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home was used as Harry Sultenfuss' funeral home (played by Dan Akryod), but it's actually pretty nice and features a pool, a massive wrap-around porch, a gazebo and seven fireplaces. The house, which apparently also comes with some paranormal fun, was later transformed into The Stanford Inn Bed & Breakfast, and is currently listed with agent Jorge Zea of Blue Lighthouse Realty.

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The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour
The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour
The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour
The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour
The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour
The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour
The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour
The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour
The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour
The depressing Florida home from the '90s film 'My Girl' is on sale for $675K, let's take a tour