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You can live in Peter Parker’s house in Queens — but you might get Spider-Man’s mail

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20 Ingram Street in Forest Hills, Queens.20 Ingram Street in Forest Hills, Queens.

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  • A New York City house with Spider-Man’s address is for sale for $2.1 million.
  • The house often receives mail addressed to the super hero. 
  • With 4 beds and 3.5 baths, it’s a far shot from Peter Parker’s working class upbringing in the comics. 

Peter Parker’s home in New York City is up for sale — but it will cost you a cool $2.1 million. 

20 Ingram Street in Forest Hills, Queens — the home of the fictional family of Spidey, Aunt May, and Uncle Ben — is currently listed on StreetEasy. The four-bed, three-and-a-half bath home is nestled on a tree-lined street and includes a garage. 

The residence is famous for its tendency to attract mail addressed to Spider-Man, with kids sending letters to the superhero decades after 20 Ingram Street was listed as Peter Parker’s address in a 1989 comic. 

“As soon as the comic book identified 20 Ingram as the Spider-Man house, they became flooded,” Gigi Malek, the realtor who listed the house, told ABC 7.

Now, the home is ready for new owners to take on the task of fielding Spider-Man’s mail. Take a look inside. 

Upon entering the house, you’ll find a foyer fit for a superheroSpidey houseThe house opens into a quaint and bright hall.

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The $2.1 million house has four bedrooms, including this one.Spidey bedroomThe house has four bedrooms.

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There don’t seem to be any spiders dwelling in this basement.Spiderman house basementA full basement provides extra space in the Queens home.

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One of three full baths in the $2.1 million home.spidey bathroomJust one of 3.5 bathrooms in the house


The house features a spacious kitchen, where one can perch and read Spidey’s mail.Spidey kitchenThe kitchen with natural light and a green view.

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In the brightly lit living room, one can host Spider-Man watch parties.Spidey living roomThe living room.

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And last but not least, there’s a yard with just enough room for web-slingingSpidey yardThe backyard.

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The exterior shows the house’s bay windows surrounded by greenery.20 Ingram Street in Forest Hills, Queens.20 Ingram Street in Forest Hills, Queens.

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