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BRISTOL, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 20: In this photo illustration, fast food from a branch of KFC is pictured on February 20, 2018 in Bristol, England. The number of takeaway restaurants has increased significantly in the last few years and this has raised concerns that this can lead to over-consumption in cheap, unhealthy high-fat nutrient-poor food and drink leading to higher body weight and greater risk of obesity. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Colonel Sanders’ home for a quarter of a century is on the market in Kentucky. It’s a finger-lickin’ deal!

According to the Courier-Journal, The Shelbyville home belonged to Colonel Harlan Sanders and his wife, Claudia.  The home just recently hit the market. The founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, Colonel Sanders built the home and a restaurant, named the Claudia Sanders Dinner House, to honor his wife, who many say was instrumental to his success.

The family lived in the home, known as Blackwood Hall, from 1959 until 1984. The asking price for the home is not listed, but the name and likeness rights to Claudia Sanders go with the home and restaurant.

The owners of the home and restaurant, the Settles family, were close friends with the Colonel and Claudia.