Famous Movie Houses for Sale
We’ve already talked about the Home Alone house and the (in)famous house from the hit thriller Silence of the Lambs. Today we look at some other Hollywood houses for sale.
Make an offer that won’t be refused on the home featured in one of the most famous scenes in the Godfather trilogy. In the film, Don Corleone arranges for the character Jack Woltz to wake up with the head of his beloved race horse right next to him.
And while most people can remember that scene, few know that the property has a star-studded history beyond the Corleone family. The house was formerly owned by William Randolph Hearst, and it’s also the location John and Jackie Kennedy spent their honeymoon.
The home was recently on sale for $115 million – let’s hope they got all the fake blood out of the carpet.
Ferris Bueller house
The hit 80s flick “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” features a ton of famous locations around Chicago, but one of the most memorable scenes takes place in the home of Ferris’ friend, Cameron.
Cameron has commandeered his father’s car for the titular day off only to find that a ton of miles have been racked onto the dash. While trying to cover their tracks, the crew accidentally sends the car flying through the glass in the garage.
The movie crew fixed the glass and the house has been on and off the market ever since. Most recently for $1.375 million.
Beverly Hills Cop Mansion
The final shootout in the film “Beverly Hills Cop” takes place at this sprawling mansion located in Santa Monica.
The property has 12 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms plus 14,000 square feet of living space and has been put on sale for almost $30 million. Sounds like a bargain if you get to run around pretending you’re Axel Foley.
Cullen house from Twilight: New Moon
The owners of this home probably didn’t know what they were getting into when they agreed to let the house be featured in the vampire romance saga.
When the house was put up for sale, it got over 150,000 hits on one week, and things got so bad that potential buyers had to be screened before they were let in. The home was priced at $3.3 million which is roughly 1/10th of the movie grossed.
Sleepless in Seattle houseboat
nsomnia would be so bad, if you got to spend your nights in the same boathouse Tom Hanks’ character in “Sleepless in Seattle” lives in. The home is, of course, right on the water and was on sale for $2.5 million.
Want more famous homes? Check out this page on Zillow.com featuring several famous scary houses from horror movies and TV shows.