You Won’t Believe How Much the Homes From Your Favorite Movies Sold For

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You could live out your “Twilight” dreams in “Bella’s Home.” | Real Estate Photography Specialists/Sotheby’s

Real estate is always a sound investment. What makes your investment even more worthwhile? Buying a home used for filming in a popular movie to increase its value when you sell.

However, if you aren’t looking to make a profit, you could still live in the famous house of your dreams. These movie homes sold for reasonably affordable prices their claim to fame. Plus, we rounded up the infamous mansions from some of your favorite films that sold for millions.

Prince’s ‘Purple Rain’ house was for sale

  • $127,789

The 1984 cult classic Purple Rain starred Prince as “The Kid” struggling to escape his parents dysfunctional home. That three-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home could have been yours for the reasonable price of $127,000. The exterior of the home used in filming was located in the Longfellow neighborhood in Minneapolis. The house was built in 1913 and reportedly “needed to be rehabbed” while it was on the market.

Realtor.com reported that the house first sold in 2015 for $117,000 but was put back on the market a year later for $127,789.

Bella’s home in ‘Twilight’ is for sale

  • $349,900

The most recent famous movie home for sale is the 2008 cult-favorite Twilight. Bella Swan (played by Kristen Stewart) moves in with her police chief father Charlie (Billy Burke) in the fictional town of Forks, Washington. The movie used a 2,506 sq. foot, four bedrooms, 1.5 bathroom home located in St. Helens, Oregon for filming.

While there’s no handsome vampire included, the Southeby realtors are eager to show off the homes’ assets.  An entire production team repainted and altered the house for Twilight and realtors kept the design the same for prospective buyers.

“The house by itself is just beautiful, with a view of the river, and deer in the yard, But the movie added a whole other dimension to it,” the previous owner said. “I’ve kept the house as it was from the movie.”

‘Roseanne’ house sold in Indiana

  • $134,999
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