Hollywood houses have a certain appeal and aesthetic that is necessary for movies and television shows. Some have become so popular that viewers have come to know these homes as characters themselves!
If you've been interested in what became of some of these famous residences, or how much they cost on the market, then wonder no longer! Take a look and see where some of the most iconic homes in Hollywood are today and how much they're worth.
Sleepless In Seattle: $2 Million
According to Puget Sound Business Journal, the "floating home" from the 1993 romantic comedy film Sleepless in Seattle is "one of the most iconic properties in Seattle." Not surprising, considering the residence is so unique.
The houseboat was built in 1978 and after living there for 21 years, the owners decided to sell. The 2,200-square-foot home sold for $2 million and features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a fairly decent view!
A Nightmare On Elm Street: $2.1 Million
Unless you enjoy falling to sleep to the rhyme "one, two, Freddy's coming for you," we don't recommend purchasing the house from the 1984 horror movie, A Nightmare on Elm Street. The Los Angeles home is where Nancy Thompson lived the nightmare of Freddy Krueger and is actually located on Genesse Avenue, not Elm!
Since the film, the 2,700 square-foot house has gone under major renovations, and that iconic blue door was painted red. In 2013, someone purchased the property for $2.1 million.
Nights In Rodanthe: $875,000
If you're a fan of Nicholas Sparks, then this shore house might look familiar. It's the blue-shuttered inn from the 2008 film Night in Rodanthe, a tear-filled movie starring Richard Gere and Diane Lane.
The 2,933 square-foot shore-front home was sold in 2018 for $875,000. Due to its close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, the couple who bought the property actually hired contractors to pick up the entire foundation and move it a half-mile inland!
Bella Swan's House From Twilight: $363,000
Calling all Team Edward and Team Jacob fans: you can stay at the house of Bella and Charlie Swan from Twilight for only $330/night! Well, according to the Airbnb listing, anyway. Just make sure to lock your windows so no sparkly vampires watch you sleep.
The 2,086 square-foot home is located in the quaint town of Saint Helens, Oregon, and is said to have an impressive view of the Columbia River. The iconic home was sold in 2018 for $363,000.
The Father of the Bride: $2.3 Million
Steve Martin and Diane Keaton starred in the '90s drama/romance film, Father of the Bride. Fans of the movie will be happy to know that although the house is not currently on the market, it still boasts the iconic basketball hoop that was part of many beloved father-daughter games between George and Annie Banks.
The 4,397 square-foot home is located outside of Los Angeles, California, and if put on the market today, Zillow estimates its worth to be around $2.3 Million.
Mrs. Doubtfire: $4.15 Million
This iconic San Francisco house was the setting of the 1993 comedy film Mrs. Doubtfire. Fans of the film can still picture Robin Williams' divorced character dressed up as a female housekeeper in order to spend more time with his kids. Cue the vacuum cleaner song and dance!
Built in 1893, the Pacific Heights home overlooks the Bay Area. The 3,330-square-foot home was designed by local architect Joachim B. Mathison and, in 2016, was sold for $4.15 million.
Breaking Bad: $230,300
Fans of AMCs Breaking Bad need no introduction to this infamous house. For those of you that never hopped on the bandwagon, it's the home of anti-hero Walter White and his family. Since the beginning of the show, the same family has lived in the 1,910 square-foot house, estimated to be worth $230,300.
Unfortunately, they're so are sick of fans dropping by that they have built a two-meter wrought-iron fence around the property. It's been reported that the fence was installed in the hopes that fans would stop tossing pizzas onto the roof!
Kevin McCallister's Home Alone: $1.6 Million
For those who grew up in the '90s watching the Christmas movie Home Alone, you very well know that the house is epic. Well, maybe it was just Kevin McCallister's booby traps that made it so. Still, the beautiful 1920s Georgian-style house was a place that we wanted to explore.
Unfortunately, the 4,243 square-foot house is off the market, purchased in 2012 for $1.6 million. Zillow describes the home as having "many large rooms perfect for filling with Christmas decorations and booby traps."
The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air: $8.8 Million
"Just sit right there, I'll tell you how I became the prince of a town called Bel-Air," was part of one of the most iconic theme songs of '90s Nick at Nite. The fictional Banks family lived in a sprawling Bel-Air mansion, which isn't located in the ritzy neighborhood, but rather in the adjacent Brentwood community.
The 6,438-square-foot mansion is occupied, which is fine, considering it is worth close to $8.8 million. If you have great persuasive skills and an extra few million lying around, you can enjoy being the prince of "Bel-Air."
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: $991,450
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, was such a pop culture phenomenon that it's hard not to recognize this bungalow-style home. After all, it is the place Buffy went to relax after a night of battling the demons of the underworld.
The 2,296 square-foot house was built way back in 1914, featuring four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Although Buffy's home is not on the market, Redfin estimates its worth to be around $991,450.
The Breakfast At Tiffany: $7.4 Million
You might remember the iconic brownstone located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan that Audrey Hepburn's character, Holly Golightly, lived in, in the '60s rom-com Breakfast at Tiffany's. Although the interior shots were largely filmed in a studio, the exterior still looks as it did in the movie.
The apartment was built in 1910 and has around 2,880 square feet of living space. Not too bad for New York! Unfortunately, for fans, the brownstone was sold in 2015 for $7.4 million.
Six Feet Under: $1.49 Million
We last saw the dysfunctional Fisher family's funeral business in 2005, but that doesn't mean that the house from Six Feet Under disappeared! The 6,324-square-foot house was built in 1904 in Los Angeles and is estimated to be around $1.49 million.
Aside from the show, the house has an interesting history attached to it. It was first bought after World War II by the Filipino General Hilario Camino Moncado and has been in the family ever since!
Full House: $4 Million
The Bay Area house of the fictional Tanner gang is probably one of the more iconic homes from the '80s and '90s, considering the popularity of Full House. The former owners of the place actually painted it a deep purple due to the number of fans that would storm the property! The color change didn't deter them.
Full House creator and executive producer, Jeff Franklin, has since bought the 1883 Victorian-era home for $4 million. Thankfully, he renovated the San Francisco home to its former TV show glory.
Modern Family: $2.15 Million
Most people who watched Modern Family wanted to be part of the Dunphy clan. They were fun, understanding, and, most importantly, always there for one another. The 2,792-square-foot home used in the show is located at Dunleer Drive in Los Angeles, California, and was sold in 2014 for $2.15 million.
Like many shows, Modern Family only used the exterior of the house for filming. All interior scenes were shot in a studio that had a similar layout to the actual house.
Carrie Bradshaw's Apartment: $9.65 Million+
Fans of the HBO series probably recognize the front of Carrie Bradshaw's Upper East Side apartment. What fans might not know is that the apartment is actually located in the West Village and, as of 2012, had an asking price of $9.65 million.
Ironically, it was reported that the lucky buyer ended up paying $200,000 more than the asking price. We would have loved to be a fly on the wall during those negotiations.
This Simi Valley, California, house was used in the remake of Steven Spielberg's 1982 horror flick, Poltergeist. Although the home wasn't built over a cemetery (thankfully), it was perfect for the setting of the horror flick: normal and doesn't look haunted.
Even though people say it's not haunted, we're not sure we would take any chances living there! Since the 2,373-square-foot home is considered to be "normal," people are living there today. Real Estate brokerage Redfin estimates the residence to be valued around $786,570.
The Big Chill: $1.76 Million
The southern-style house from the 1983 film, The Big Chill, is located in none other than South Carolina along the Beaufort River. In 2017, a self-proclaimed "real estate guy" John Tashjian purchased the 7,300-square-foot residence for $1.76 million.
Aside from the beautiful duel wrap-around porches, the house sits on 1.38 acres of land and features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and an additional guest house around back! The house is pretty much the epitome of Southern charm and living.
Stranger Things: $1.5 Million
In season four of the supernatural thriller series Stranger Things, fans were introduced to the creepy Creel House, aka the place Vecna grew up. The Victorian-style seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 6,000 sq. ft. house was purchased for a small sum of $350,000 in 2019.
After $ 500,000 worth of renovations and the success of the show, this Georgia house went on the market in 2022 for a whopping $1.5 million.
A Christmas Story: $150,000
Before you think about purchasing this house, just make sure there isn't a leg lamp in the window! Even so, Ralphie's home from A Christmas Story isn't actually on the market. A lucky buyer, Brian Jones, purchased the iconic home back in 2005 for basically nothing -- $150,000!
Since then, the 1,792-square-foot house has been restored to its former A Christmas Story glory and is open to guests year-round! So, if you find yourself in Cleveland, Ohio, be sure to stop by! In 2022, the iconic house went on the market for an undisclosed price.
The American Horror Story: Murder House: $3.2 Million
When a house is known as "The Murder House," there are a few questions you're probably going to want to ask your real estate agent. For Ernst Von Schwarz and Pier A Oakenfold, they were unaware of the 10,000-square-foot mansion's American Horror Story haunted history and decided to sue the agency who sold them the property!
The two bought the Los Angeles mansion in 2015 for $3.2 million and claim that they had no idea about its fame or that it has become a "macabre tourist attraction."
The Friends Apartment Is $3,500/Month
Monica and Rachel were lucky enough to pay a fraction of the price of other tenants in the infamous Friends apartment building, thanks to the Geller's grandmother. $200/month in New York is not possible! In reality, rent in the apartment building that the gang lived in is ridiculously expensive.
The building is located in the West Village and features 22 single-bedroom units, each of which goes for $3,500/month. That also means that the two-bedroom units that the friends lived in were actually shot in a studio!
The All-Glass Forest House From Ferris Bueller's Day Off: $1.06 Million
Cameron Frye's glass house in the 1986 movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off is arguably one of the most recognizable homes in Hollywood. Not surprising, since it features floor-to-ceiling windows that wrap around the majority of the entire house!
Located in Highland Park, Illinois, the famous house was constructed in 1953 and sold for $1.06 million in 2014. It features 5,300-square-feet of living space, along with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and gorgeous views of the surrounding forest and ravine.
The Money Pit: $3.5 Millino
Although the 1986 film The Money Pit shows Walter Fielding and his girlfriend Anna struggling to repair the fixer-upper of a house, in reality, the residence is anything but falling apart!
Located in Locust Valley, New York, the sprawling mansion sits on 5.5 acres of land and sold in 2019 for a hefty $3.5 million. The house features a whopping eight bedrooms, eight full bathrooms with two halves, and a stunning roundabout driveway.
The Brady Bunch: $3.5 Million
Let's take it back to disco, glam rock, vinyl flooring, and shag carpets. Yes, we're talking about The Brady Bunch residence. The iconic house was recently purchased in 2018 by HGTV for $3.5 million, so, sorry fans, the home is likely to stay off the market for some time.
The house has 2,477-square-feet of living space and features three bedrooms and three bathrooms. We're interested to see what HGTV plans on doing with the house in the future!
Happy Days: $3 Million
While Happy Days was set in Milwaukee, the house used as the Cunnigham residence is actually located in Los Angeles, California. According to realtor.com, back in 1995, the 3,904-square-foot abode sold for $422,000. As you might have guessed, the price has increased a bit over the years.
Today, the house is valued at almost $3 million, a sevenfold increase from the original price! Considering the home is located in LA and features six bedrooms and two bathrooms, it's not too surprising.
The Golden House Of The Golden Girls
Oh, The Golden Girls. Such an iconic show that followed the lives of four old women living together in a Miami house. However, the iconic home is not actually located in Florida, but rather Los Angeles, California.
Although not on the market, the 2,901-square-feet of living space is estimated by Trulia to be worth around $3.2 million! Fun fact about the house: the famous kitchen where the gals usually gossip is not part of the house. Those scenes were shot in a studio, as were most of the interior shots.
The House From Boy Meets World Is Located In California
This iconic house was home to none other than the very relatable teenager Cory Matthews from Boy Meets World. Like a lot of our iconic homes, although this show was set in Philadelphia, it is actually located in Studio City, California.
Even though the Matthews' house is no longer on the market, Trulia estimates its worth to be about $2.9 million. The 1940s residence has 2,108-square-feet of living space with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Halliwell Manor In Charmed Is A Historical Monument
The "Halliwell manor" in Charmed was the home to three witchy sisters. In the real world, the house is actually a historically cultural monument called Innes House, built in 1887. Aside from the exterior being gorgeous, the 2,971-square-foot Victorian-style house features five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a great balcony view of downtown LA.
Unfortunately for fans of the TV series, the house is off the market. The Echo Park, California residence was purchased for a large sum of $1.09 million.
The 7th Heaven House: $875,000
Considering the size of the Camden family in the TV show 7th Heaven, producers were going to have to scout out a fairly large house. The lovely 3,795-square-foot home that they found did just the trick for the family of seven!
The house is currently off the market, being bought in 2015 for $875,000. Since then, property experts predict that the value of the house has increased, possibly even exceeding the one million mark!
The Notebook House: $1.227 Million
Noah built this iconic home for Allie in the tear-jerking Nicholas-Sparks-inspired movie, The Notebook. Thankfully for fans, you're able to visit the house that was used in the movie. Just be sure to bring some tissues.
Located in Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina, the house features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and beautiful balconies that overlook the land. The beautiful 4,255-square-foot southern home isn't on the market, but if it were listed today it would cost $1.227 million.
The Amityville Horror House: $605,000
Kudos to the people who purchased the legendary Amityville Horror house for $605,000 back in 2017. Built in 1927, this charming home became popularized by the 2005 film that starred Ryan Reynolds. Only, the house was seen as more demonic than charming by the end of the flick!
The 5,000-square-foot waterfront home features five bedrooms and three and a half baths. If you can look past its fictional past, the home has a certain colonial appeal!
Groundhog Day: $645,000
This Victorian house featured in Groundhog Day was a bed & breakfast in the film, as it is in real life. Built in 1895, the home hit the market for $645,000, which isn't too high considering how iconic the Bill Murray film is today.
Located in the suburbs of Woodstock, Illinois, the eight-bedroom home is a popular destination for tourists who want to stay at the famous home of Phil. (Even if it isn't really located in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.)
The Big Lebowski: $1.59 Million
When the exterior of the Dude's home is filmed, they show this bungalow-style home located in Venice Beach, California at 606 Venezia. Against the tenants' wishes, many fans of The Big Lebowski stop by to visit the six-unit complex.
This is where The Dude supposedly lived in the film, however, interior scenes were shot at a different location, in a much larger 10,000 square foot mansion. This smaller house, however, is still worth $1.59 million for its prime California real estate.
Located in Evansville, Indiana, fans of Roseanne can drive by and catch a glimpse of this house where the title characters supposedly lived. While they're in the neighborhood, fans can also visit the Lobo Lounge, one of Roseanne's favorite haunts, as well as the church that's shown in the hit sitcom.
Worth $127,800, this 1,912 square foot home features four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Of course, the show was actually filmed at a studio in California.
The Golden Girls: $3.2 Million
The Golden Girls famously lived in the this home. In the television series, Rose, Blanche, Dorothy, and Sophia resided together in this shared retirement home set in Miami, Florida. Of course, like many of the locations on this list, the home is actually in Los Angeles, California.
Located in the Brentwood area, the 2,900 square foot home was listed for around $3 million. Featuring four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, the interior of the home reportedly matches the retro styled exterior.
Harry Potter: $600,000
One of the most recognizable homes in film history is the 'Privet Drive' home Harry Potter lives in with his uncle, aunt, and cousin first featured in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. This is where the audience is first introduced to him and his little room under the stairs.
For true Harry Potter fans, the house is a real place located at 12 Picket Post Close in Bracknell, Berkshire, England. It was recently put up for sale, so if any muggles are interested it costs around $600,000.
The Wonder Years: $800,000
A little over 30 years ago The Wonder Years aired its pilot episode to viewers around the world. This timeless sitcom was about an adolescent boy named Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) and his experiences with family, dating, and school in Vietnam-era America. The young cast was able to act beyond their years and the show also featured a nostalgic soundtrack in each episode.
Throughout the show Kevin spent a great deal of time at his house pictured above. Believe it or not, the house is still around and looks almost identical as it did on the show. People can visit The Wonder Years home at 516 University Avenue in Burbank, California.
Sixteen Candles: $1,499 Million
John Hughes wrote some of the most-watched teen comedies of the 1980s. Molly Ringwald's breakthrough role was in Sixteen Candles where she became a symbol for what it was like to be a teenage girl in the 1980s. In the film, her 16th birthday isn’t anything what she expected. Her family forgot all about it and she’s still trying to get the attention of high school hunk Jake Ryan.
Like most of John Hughes films, this one took place in Illinois. Ringwald’s house in the film is still visited by many fans of the movie today and it was recently on the market for $1.5 million. Folks in Evanston, Illinois can find the house at 3022 Payne Street.
Bird Box: $1,963,537 Million
Sandra Bullock, Sarah Paulson, John Malkovich, and more were all a part of Netflix's hit film Bird Box. Throughout the movie people must keep their eyes covered to stay safe from an invisible and evil presence. For a large amount of the film the ensemble cast was stuck inside a house because going outside would’ve been too dangerous.
Rather than build a set for the house, the cast filmed in a real California home. It can be found at 304 N Canyon Boulevard in Monrovia, California. Even those doing the Bird Box challenge can participate in the same place as the actors.
Hocus Pocus: $420,000
One of the most iconic Halloween movies has to be Hocus Pocus. Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy star as three witches who are resurrected by a teen boy named Max who lights a black flame candle. He, his sister, and his girlfriend attempt to get rid of the witches before Halloween ends.
It may seem like a dark premise, but the movie is filled with comedy and toe-tapping musical numbers. Something quite noticeable is the vintage-looking house where Max's family lives. It can also be found in the city where the movie was filmed at 4 Ocean Avenue in Salem, Massachusetts.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch: $834,000
Since Sabrina the Teenage Witch centered on a family with supernatural abilities, the house that they lived in needed to match their eccentricity. The series was based on Sabrina's character from the Archie comics and it’s recently been revamped as a dark drama for Netflix, including a whole new cast.
After seven seasons on the air and great success in syndication, Sabrina the Teenage Witch remains a staple of 1990s TV history. Fans can visit the house used in exterior shots at 64 East Main Street in Freehold, New Jersey.