|Photo: Courtesy of Max Spann Real Estate & Auctions|
A Somerset County home that last served as the setting for the soap opera Guiding Light is scheduled to be auctioned later this month. Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co. has scheduled the auction for 11 a.m. September 29 a at the Peapack-Gladstone Municipal Building, 1 School Street, Peapack.
The 4,543-square-foot, four-bedroom Dutch Colonial and its 32-acre property, known locally as the Betsy Komline house, were purchased from Elizabeth Komline by the borough of Peapack-Gladstone in 2005 with state Green Acres funds.
The interior of the house was used for a number of difference sets including the Spaulding dining room and Cross Creek. The front exterior was used as the home last lived in by Natalia, Olivia and Emma.
“The producers of the Guiding Light chose the Komline home because of its ‘homey’ feel and the views that it offered,” said Bob Dann, executive vice president and chief operations officer for the auction house. “The winning bidder will have a wonderful home that was part of television history on a property that is surrounded by parkland. They won’t have to worry about Roger showing up, he is long moved away.”
Note: Check out photos from our 2008 set tour here.
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