(L-R) Actors Corey Feldman, Jeff Cohen and Robert Davi attend the screening for "Goonies" during the Entertainment Weekly CapeTown Film Festival Presented By The American Cinematheque & Sponsored By TNT's "Falling Skies" at the Egyptian Theatre on May 5, 2013 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly)

A true fan of The Goonies has some serious plans for the house from the movie. According to the Los Angeles Times, Kansas businessman Behman Zakeri recently purchased the iconic home in Astoria, Oregon for $1.6 million. On Tuesday (1/17), he announced his intentions for the property.

The new owner says he would like to restore the home for the true fans of The Goonies and make it a safe place for them to reminisce and share movie stories. Zakeri says he even wants to install a zip line like the one used by Ke Huy Quan‘s character, Data.

Since the film was released in 1985, fans of The Goonies have flocked to the Oregon home to celebrate the story and its characters. It could become a viable tourist attraction like the Cleveland, Ohio house from 1983’s A Christmas Story, which was later purchased by a fan and turned into a museum.

Actor Robert Davi, who played Jake in the movie, tweeted that a 40th anniversary celebration of The Goonies should be held at Behman Zakeri’s new purchase. That’s a great idea! It’s only a couple of years away…

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