Have you ever watched a movie and thought “wow, that is a beautiful house! If I could I’d buy that some day.” Well, if you have the money you may have a chance to buy an iconic house from movies.
“The Godfather” Horse head scene home
This Legendary house in Beverley Hills has had a lot of famous history – It used to be owned by publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst, The movie “The Bodyguard” filmed a lot of scenes here and John and Jackie Kennedy spent their honeymoon here. The most famous and iconic place for this house is the infamous horse head scene in the classic, mob movie, “The Godfather.” This beautiful home was listed for $135 Million.
Cameron Frye’s Home in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”
This 4,300-square-foot, four bedroom, three bathroom home located in the Chicago neighborhood of Highland Park is estimated to be worth approximately $1.375 Million. This house’s claim to fame is that is was in the iconic 1986 movie, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” This house belonged to Ferris’ best friend in the movie, Cameron Frye. The house includes the garage from the ferrarri scene (in tact) and a guest house.
“Beverly Hills Cop” Shoot out mansion
This beautiful, Santa Monica, California home – dubbed Villa Ruchello – sold for $28.8 Million. This home sits on 3.3 acres, has 12 bedrooms, 13 bathroom and 14,000 square feet of living space. This mansions famous scene is the end of the movie, “Beverly Hills Cop,” where the intense shoot out took place.
The “Sleepless in Seattle” houseboat
Tom Hank’s character Sam owned this unique home, that was a primary part of the movie. This two-story, four-bedroom home surrounded by floating decks and gardens sold for $2.5 Million.
Butch’s apartment in “Pulp Fiction”
Bruce Willis’ character Butch, from the cult classic movie – “Pulp Fiction” – had to get his stuff before he ran from the mob at this North Hollywood apartment. You can own this 800-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit for a cheap $78,000.
House from “Silence of the Lambs”
This house from the 1991 classic thriller film, “The Silence of the Lambs,” is up for sale at a price of $249,900. This PA home boasts a four-bedroom, one-bathroom, three-story main house, as well as, a guest house, pool, and train cart (sorry fans no dungeon in the basement).
House from “Purple Rain”
This home from the classic biopic movie, “Purple Rain,” is up for sale for a modest $110,000. This home is located in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota. This home is rumored to need a lot of work but it would be a cool piece of music history to own.
Regina George’s mansion from “Mean Girls”
This huge mansion had less than 5 minutes of screen time on the 2004 teen comedy film, “Mean Girls.” However, this doesn’t take away from the amazing elegance of this Toronto mansion. This home is up for sale for a huge $14.8 Million, boasting a wet bar, 20-foot cathedral ceiling great room, a wine cellar, a six car garage and much more!
This 109-year-old mansion set in Santa Barbara, CA is famous for being Tony Montana’s(played by Al Pacino) home in the 1983 classic crime film “Scarface.” The Mansion – which is named “El Fureidis” (Tropical Paradise) – has four-bedrooms, nine-bathrooms and a huge Roman-style property. It could be use for $17.9 Million.
This home has been completely remodeled since the Connor Family occupied it, on T.V., for nine years (1988 – 1997). This home, located in Evansville, Indiana boasts three-bedrooms and was listed for $129,999.
The iconic, legendary Playboy Mansion is up for sale, which is every man’s dream. This home, created by Playboy founder – Hugh Hefner – has been an icon in Hollywood for decades. This home boasts 5 acres, situated in the Hollywood Hills, a 20,000 square foot home, with 29 rooms and a four bedroom guesthouse. The property also includes a home theater, gym, tennis court, swimming pool with the world famous grotto, and even a zoo. This is all on top of owning a place that has pushed itself into becoming a Los Angeles legend, as popular as some of the past visitors. This palace could be yours for $200 Million.