Ever Dreamed Of Living In These Iconic TV And Movie Homes


  • Ever Dreamed Of Living In These Iconic TV And Movie Homes
  • Houses Made Famous By Hollywood And How Much They Are Worth

What Are They Worth??

There are so many houses that have appeared in TV shows and movies and some are more iconic than others.

Have you ever wondered who lives in these houses or how much they’re worth?

As you can imagine, most of these iconic TV and movie homes are way out of the ordinary person’s budget. Let’s take a look at what some of these cost in real life.


1Home Alone

Worth: $1.9 Million

How many of us have wondered what the McCallisters did for a living to have such a great home?

This two-story colonial house occupies 4,243 square feet, has six bedrooms, a basement, and an attic.


It’s located in Winnetka, a suburb of northern Chicago, Illinois.

The home was last sold in 2012 for an impressive $1.6 million.

Estimates now put it at being worth $1.9 million.


2Father Of The Bride

Worth: $2.3 million

Starring Diane Keaton and Steve Martin, Father of the Bride came out in 1991. It was filmed in two houses.

The house that was used for the wedding and the basketball hoop scene was sold around five years ago for just shy of $2 million.


It occupies 4,397 square feet and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms and is located in Alhambra, California.


3Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Worth more than $7.4 Million

While the interiors of Golightly’s apartment were filmed in Hollywood studios, the exterior is a townhouse located on the East Side of New York at 169 East 71st Street.

This apartment has increased in value a lot since the filming of Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1961.


The apartment measures 2,880 square feet. After being built in 1910, it was last sold in 2015 for an impressive $7.4 million, which means it’ll be worth more than that now!



Worth: $363,000

Located in Saint Helens, Oregon, this 1935 house occupies 2,086 square feet and has a view over the Columbia River.

This is the house that the main character Bella Swan, shared with her dad in the film.


This house was last sold for $363,000 in 2018.

However, you can now stay at this house for $330 per night as it is listed on Airbnb! It has five bedrooms and sleeps ten guests.

Lots of the house’s features are unchanged from the film, including its kitchen.


5Mrs. Doubtfire

Worth at least $4.15 million

Located in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, the house that appeared in the iconic Robin Williams film, Mrs. Doubtfire, even has a page on Trip Advisor.


This house was built in 1893 and is a Victorian-style mansion.

It covers 3,300 square feet and has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.


6Breaking Bad

Worth: $230,300

If you’re a fan of Breaking Bad, you might be interested in knowing more about Walter White’s house.

This home can be viewed on It’s located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is worth an estimated $230,300.


The house is a ranch-style family home measuring 1,910 square feet. It was built in 1972 and has a double garage and backyard pool.

Due to the number of visitors this house was getting, the family who live there were forced to erect a six-foot fence!


7Sixteen Candles

Worth: $1.135 million

If you’re a fan of Sixteen Candles, you’ll probably remember this six-bed, five-bath house.

This is the house where Samantha’s family forgot her birthday. It has a large lot that covers 0.3 acres and includes an outdoor kitchen.


This house was most recently sold in 2018 for $1.135,000.


8A Nightmare On Elm Street

Worth more than $2.1 Million

Fans of horror classic A Nightmare on Elm Street will recognize this LA home.

While the street is actually Genesee Avenue and not Elm Street, this house has three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and also has a pool and guest house.


The last time this house sold was over eight years ago when it fetched $2.1 million, so it will certainly be worth more than that now!


9Nights In Rodanthe

Worth: $875,000

The house in Nights in Rodanthe was actually located in Rodanthe, in North Carolina. This is where Diane Lane and Richard Gere’s characters fell in love.

The home boasts six bedrooms and four bathrooms and covers 2,933 square feet. It was built in the 80s when it was 500 feet from the Atlantic Ocean.

Over time, it’s become too close to the ocean and was actually moved back foot-by-foot.


The property was last sold in 2018 when it went for $875,000. Guests can stay in this house for between $2,200 and $7,200 per week depending on the season.


10Steel Magnolias

Worth $535,700

Located in Natchitoches in Louisiana, this house was a famous feature in Steel Magnolias, the 1989 film starring Julia Roberts, Sally Field, and Dolly Parton.

One of the oldest homes on this list, the Steel Magnolias house was built in the 1840s.

It is now run as a Bed & Breakfast.


There are six bathrooms and six bedrooms.

Current estimates put this property at $535,700.


11Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Worth: $991,450

This teenage cult classic is where Sarah Michelle Gellar’s character lived with her sister and mom.

It’s valued at around $991,450.


The home occupies 2,296 square feet and was built in 1914.

It has two bathrooms and four bedrooms.


12Six Feet Under

Worth: $1.49 million

It’s two decades since Six Feet Under first graced our screens.

The home of the Fisher family’s business is located in West Adams, LA and occupies a whopping 6,324 square feet.


It was built in 1905 and has five bedrooms.

Estimates put its current value to be around $1.5 million.


13American Horror Story

Worth over $3.2 million

This 10,000 square foot house in LA was built in 1908 by Alfred Rosenheim.

It was last sold for $3.2 million in 2015 and so is estimated to be worth more than that now.


The home is an impressive mansion with stained glass windows, high ceilings and a whopping six fireplaces!

The house was also used in The Mentalist, Grey’s Anatomy and Californication among others.


14The French Prince Of Bel-Air

Worth $8.8 million

One of the most impressive and expensive on our list is this house in Brentwood, LA.

It’s not in Bel Air at all.


This is the house that Will Smith’s character moved into with his uncle and auntie in one of the most succesful US sitcoms of all time, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

This huge mansion has five bathrooms, five bedrooms and occupies approximately 6,438 square feet.


15Full House

Worth over $4 million

Built towards the end of the 19th century, this San Franciso home was home to the Tanners in Full House.

Its former owners decided to paint it purple in a bid to put fans off who wanted to visit the home.

However, they sold the house in 2016 for about $4 million, meaning that it’s now worth more.


The person who bought the house, though, was Jeff Franklin, the former creator and executive producer of the show.

It has now been restored to look like it did in the show.

It has four bathrooms and four bedrooms.


16Modern Family

Worth over $2.15 million

It’s been over seven years since the Modern Family house was last sold when it fetched $2.15 million according to The Hollywood Reporter.


This two-story house has a wonderful garden, kitchen, and dining room.

The building is approximately 2,792 square feet and is located in Dunleer Drive, Los Angeles.


17Sleepless In Seattle

Worth over $2 million

In the film, Jonah and Sam Baldwin leave Chicago to move into a houseboat in Seattle.

The real-life houseboat is situated in Lake Union in Seattle. It’s a gated community, which means that the general public is unable to get a glimpse of it.


The house looks almost the same as it did back in the film.

It covers 2,075 square feet, which is bigger than it looks on the screen.

Apparently, the house was last sold in 2014 for about $2 million.



Worth: $786,570

One of the newer homes on our list, the house made famous in Steven Spielberg’s horror movie Poltergeist occupies 2,373 square feet.

One of the reasons the famous director used the house is because of how it looked like a normal residential area. Making the scary scenario all the more real to the viewer.


It is situated in Simi Valley, CA, and was apparently chosen by Spielberg because it sat in a typical residential area.

It has three bathrooms and four bedrooms.

It is estimated to be worth around $786,570


19The Big Chill

Worth over $1.76 million

This large 5,397 square-foot house located in Beaufort, South Carolina is famous for appearing in The Big Chill in 1983 starring Tom Berenger, Glenn Close, and Jeff Goldblum.


This house is believed to have last sold in 2017 for $1.76 million.


20Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Worth more than $1.06 million

Cameron’s house from the film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is arguably among the most recognizable houses in all movies.

It's where the famous scene of the Ferrari crashing through the windows took place.

The unique property located in Highland Park in Illinois. The last time the house sold was in 2014 when it went for $1.06 million, according to Business Insider.


The house underwent major restorations in 2017. It has four bathrooms and four bedrooms.

It was built in 1953 above a ravine and has space for three cars in the ample garage.


Final Thoughts

So, there you have it, twenty of the most iconic homes from TV shows and movies.

What’s great about a few of these houses is that their owners have really embraced their history – apart from, perhaps, the owners of the Breaking Bad house, who have erected a six-foot fence!


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