The home from "A Christmas Story" hit the market Monday, along with its iconic leg lamp that stands in its front window.

The house is located in Cleveland on 3159 W. 11th St. The house appeared in the 1983 movie known for the quote "you'll shoot your eye out."

It was purchased by film lover Brian Jones in 2004 on eBay for $150,000. He spent thousands on renovations to match the original movie details and had it operating for tours along with a museum and gift shop since 2006.

"You're looking at pretty much the most natural, holiday themed house and museum in the world. And now, it can be all yours. Wall-to-wall anecdotes throughout, this lovely classic is both spacious and intimate," a description of the house listing said.

The attractions with the house have attracted millions over the years especially during the holiday season. All of its operations will be running as normal this holiday season, according to its website.

The sale is being handled by the real estate firm Hoff & Leigh.

It is currently unclear how much Jones is asking for the property. The surrounding properties including the museum, gift shop, the Bumpus House, parking, and some empty lots are also for sale as part of the entire "campus."

Earlier this month, HBO Max announced that it will be releasing a sequel to the movie called "A Christmas Story Christmas."

It will feature actor Peter Billingsley, 51, as Ralphie Parker but as an adult with his own family.