Film aficionados have the chance to buy a piece of cinema history — but they might be dumbstruck by the price.
The 1829 Brooklyn Heights townhouse prominently in the classic 1987 Cher and Nicholas Cage rom-com “Moonstruck” is now on the market for $12.85 million.
The Castorini family home at 19 Cranberry St. was last sold for the relatively modest price of $4 million in 2008 by architect and neighborhood historical leader Edward Rullman and his wife Francesca.
The listing touts overhauled infrastructure both inside and out of the home, making it turn-key ready.
The “30-window, light-filled, 4-story, 5+ bedroom, 3.5 bath townhouse has been impeccably renovated with restored original charm and exquisite attention to detail, resulting in comfortable and stately opulence,” according to the listing.
The comedy, which won three Academy Awards, was also filmed at nearby Cammareri Bros bakery on Court Street in Carroll Gardens, which has since merged with Monteleone Bakery.