Where Are These Movie Homes?

June 15, 2013 by  

Where Are These Movie Homes?
, Where are these movie homes? Have you ever watched a movie and wondered whether the house the characters live in is real and where it might be located? See if you can guess where you can find the homes from these movies, and then click over to Bing to see if you’re right.

‘Home Alone’
When 8-year-old Kevin is famously forgotten when his family leaves on vacation in ‘Home Alone’ he takes it on himself to booby-trap his house to keep a couple of would-be burglars at bay. The movie is set in the greater Chicago area, but where is the actual home? home alone house sold for $1.585 million in 2012,

Widower Carl and 8-year-old Russell took to the skies in the home Carl had shared with his wife and lifelong love in ‘Up’ the 2009 Pixar film. The house in the movie was animated, but an exact replica was created in this suburb by some inspired homebuilders, and a couple of Disney fanatics purchased it in 2011. up house in herriman 400,000,

‘Nightmare on Elm Street’
The exterior of this home, with its signature red door, was immortalized in the 1984 slasher movie, but the interior was not used for filming. The home fell into disrepair after the ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ came out, but it changed hands earlier this year for $2.1 million after a thorough renovation. north genesee ave in los angeles, nightmare on elm street house $2.1 million,

‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’
This midcentury modern home is where Cameron Frye has a conniption fit upon discovering that his dad’s Ferrari has hundreds of new miles on it. The car ends up crashing through the glass-enclosed garage. When the home in ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” went on the market, it had a good-as-new garage. ferris bueller’s day off sale $2.3M,

The Miami palace that belonged to Tony Montana isn’t really in Miami, The 9,816-square-foot home doesn’t contain Montana’s office or the sunken Jacuzzi from the ‘Scarface’ film, either, as none of the interior scenes was shot here. Last fall, the home was available for rent for $30,000 a month. Scarface house rent $30,000,

In the big-screen debut of the hit vampire series ‘Twilight’ the Cullens lived in this beautiful modern house. The story is set primarily in the town of Forks, Wash., but that’s not where this home is actually located.

‘Driving Miss Daisy’
Both interior and exterior scenes for the Oscar-winning 1989 film “Driving Miss Daisy” were shot on location at what was then a rental house. The 1922 house with 6,140 square feet of living space went on the market this year for nearly $2 million. Driving Miss Daisy house 1.99 million,

‘The Godfather’
This 50,000-square-foot home was the site of the gruesome horse-head scene in ‘The Godfather’ as well as scenes from ‘The Bodyguard’. It is also the former home of William Randolph Hearst. It can be rented for $600,000 a month. Godfather Beverly Hills house 95 million,

‘Father of the Bride’
This suburban colonial was one of two houses used in filming ‘Father of the Bride’ in 1991. The city this home is in is popular for filming because of its wide variety of architectural styles and its proximity to Los Angeles. Alhambra Father of the Bride house 1.35 million,

‘Sleepless in Seattle’
The houseboat from the 1993 film with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks is in fact in the city named in the movie’s title, but can you name the lake it floats on? In 2008, the home was listed for sale. sleepless in seattle houseboat sale $2.5 million,

‘Knocked Up’
Pete and Debbie, played by Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann live in this house in both ‘Knocked Up’ and its sort-of sequel, ‘This Is 40.’ The house is actually owned by producer Bryan Zuriff and his wife, Monica. Bryan Zuriff is now out of custody on supervised release after his bond was secured by the Brentwood home used in Judd Apatow’s “This Is 40?,

‘A Christmas Story’
The home from the holiday classic ‘A Christmas Story’ has been restored to look as it did in the movie and is open to the public for tours year-round. And yes, you can buy your own leg lamp in the gift shop. peter billingsley term life,

‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’
The brownstone townhouse where Holly Golightly lived in the 1961 classic ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ was sold in April 2012. At the time of the sale, the house was divided into duplex apartments, but the seller, former Merrill Lynch broker Peter Bacanovic, said it could easily be converted into a single residence. breakfast at tiffany’s house sells for $5.97 million , Peter Bacanovic Martha Stewart insider trading case,

‘Mrs. Doubtfire’
Sally Fields’ character gives the address of this home in the movie as 2640 Steiner. The house was built in 1906 and is considered a ‘Victorian Painted Lady.’ It last sold in 1997 for $1.4 million.

‘The Odd Life of Timothy Green’
This home was a bed-and-breakfast during production for the 2012 family film starring Jennifer Garner. Last year it went on the market for $1.39 million, but that price has dropped to $599,000, since the home was approved for a short sale. The small town was also the site of the murder trial of wealthy landowner John Wallace which was written about in the book ‘Murder in Coweta County’ by Margaret Ann Barnes. john wallace murder in coweta county,

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