Selma may have missed out on the best film Oscar, but fans still have a chance to be part of big screen history after the home that featured in the civil rights drama was put on sale.
The five-bedroom property, which doubled for the Selma, Alabama home of Sullivan and Richie Jean Jackson in the Martin Luther King biopic, has gone on the market for $499,000 (£323,000).
The stunning 1930s Craftsman style house features staging put in place for the film shoot, three bedrooms as well as an office with a separate entrance. It also boasts plenty of period details including a claw-foot bathtub and two pedestal sinks in the master bathroom, ray ceilings, fireplaces, French doors and a wooden staircase.
Played by Niecy Nash and Kent Faulcon in Ava DuVernay's film, the Jacksons were friends of King, and the iconic activist planned his famous Selma-to-Montgomery marches at their home.
Although the property was staged to look like the real Jackson house in Selma, the original property, where MLK took meetings with many well-known leaders, held phone calls with President Lyndon B Johnson and watched the passing of the Voting Rights Act on TV, is expected to be turned into a museum.
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