A historic mansion used as the home of Jack Nicholson's character in the movie "Terms of Endearment" is on the market.

Realtor Richard Ray is listing the home at 201 Westmoreland Street in Houston.

"All of the woodwork and the millwork that you see in the home, the windows and doors are original to the home from when it was built in 1885. It was originally built at the corner of Caroline and Rusk, which is where the post office is," Ray said.

Parts of "Terms of Endearment" were shot inside the home. The interiors were used for Jack Nicholson's place in the movie.

Although the master bedroom looks completely different now, it was where the bedroom scene was shot in the film.

The famous pool where Nicholson swims in the middle of the night has now been changed into a koi pond.

The owner's family is downsizing, but said it has been a joy to live here in a piece of Houston history.

"I think who ever lives here next will enjoy it just as much as we do," the owner said.

The home is 6,600 square feet, including a guest house.

It's listed for $3.5 million.