Boy Meets World fans, prepare for nostalgia overload: You can now call Cory Matthews' and Topanga Lawrence's old stomping grounds home.

If you've got a spare $1.595 million, that is.

The house that stood in on exterior shots on the beloved '90s ABC sitcom is currently up for sale at just under $1.6 million according to real estate website Trulia and listing agents Lisa and Scott Sorrentino of Rodeo Realty.

However, while the show was set in the suburbs of Philadelphia, the house itself is located in Studio City, Calif. Boy Meets World, meanwhile, was primarily filmed at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, Calif., not at the house that is up for sale.

Which, of course, means a couple of things: Mr. Feeny likely won't around to dish out sage advice as your neighbor, and Eric Matthews probably won't be showing you any brotherly love anytime soon.

And while those particular amenities are missing, the 2,500-square-foot house is still a two-bedroom, two-bath unit located on a .27-acre lot. As a bonus, the listing also includes a two-story guesthouse around back — though, Cory's beloved treehouse is conspicuously absent from the property.

In the Boy Meets World universe, Cory and Topanga have long-since moved on from their childhood hometown, with the couple now married with children in New York City on the Disney Channel's Girl Meets World. That show is currently battling for a fourth season, with star Rowan Blanchard leading a social media push to continue the series.

The original series, meanwhile, has long-since ended after airing from 1993 to 2000. It initially starred Ben Savage as Cory, Will Friedle as brother Eric, William Daniels as Mr. George Feeny, Rider Strong as Cory's best friend, Shawn Hunter, and Danielle Fishel as Cory's beloved Topanga.  Much of the cast reunited over the summer for Girl Meets World's season three finale.

Now you too can count yourself among the most lovable gang of '90s kids — if only retroactively, and mostly in your own mind. But as this listing proves, satisfying this particular bit of nostalgia does not come cheap.