A huge mansion once owned by Bill Murray, which contains the famous fireman's pole featured in his hit movie Ghostbusters, is up for sale.
The iconic pole from the ghoulish 1984 comedy starts at the recording studio upstairs and runs down to the New York home's garage.
The asking price for the Palisades, Rockland County home is $2.795 million.
Country estate: the former home of Bill Murray is on the market for $2.795million
Movie history: The home contains the famous fireman pole from Murray's hit movie Ghostbusters
Restored from the 19-century the home is currently owned by the Oscar-winning composer David Shire and his wife, Didi Conn, who played Frenchy from the blockbuster Grease.
The couple is hoping to get a high price because the stunning 5,100-square-foot Colonial home also boasts five bedrooms, five bathrooms and an impressive garden.
Murray also revamped the mansion when he bought it in the early 1990s.
Star owners: The home was restored by Bill Murray (left) in the 1990s, and was more recently owned by Didi Conn (right), who played Frenchy in Grease, and her husband, composer David Shire
Unique feature: The pole has been designed to fit 'seamlessly into the house', estate agents says, and runs through three levels
'It was in really poor condition,' a source told the media.
'Murray completely rebuilt it and expanded it, sparing no expense. He gave it the feeling of an old farmhouse but with all the modern conveniences you could need.'
For the actor, now 60, that included the pole from the famous New York City Ladder Co. 8 firehouse, which the ghost-busting cast slid down on their way to fight phantoms.
Restoration: Murray 'gave the home a feeling of an old farmhouse but with all the modern conveniences you could need'
Oasis: The New York state home is an idyllic hideaway surrounded by trees
'It's a really fun piece. He incorporated it seamlessly into the house,' said Richard Ellis, of Ellis Sotheby's International Realty, the firm selling the converted barn.
Shire, once married to actress Talia Shire, has scored music for screen hits including Saturday Night Fever, All the President's Men and The Conversation.
'It's a gorgeous home and still has the renovations that Bill Murray did,' Ellis said.
Luxury: The current owners, David Shire and Didi Conn, are asking for $2.795 million for the property
Comfort: The 5,100-square-foot Colonial home also boasts five bedrooms, five bathrooms and an impressive garden
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