This how much the house from “The Notebook” would cost to buy
Want to reenact The Notebook IRL with your own personal Allie or Noah? Well, if you wanted to go *all* out and buy that famous house from the movie, you’d not only need a lot of love, but a lot of dough.
Trulia recently released information about the top all-time favorite movie homes from all the best films. We’re talkin’ the house where Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard spent time on the stoop in Breakfast at Tiffany‘s ($7.58 million) as well as the Boggs family’s pastel house in that colorful neighborhood from Edward Scissorhands ($138,000). But what really piqued our interest was the home that Noah built in his love for Allie, the one we all pictured spending the rest of our lives in with our future partner. So how much would it cost to live the charmed (albeit dramatic) life in The Notebook? $582,000, it turns out.
Here’s everything you need to know about some of your fave movie homes, a la Trulia.
Breakfast At Tiffany‘s, New York, NY
4 bedroom, 5 bathroom
Cost: $7.58 million
Size: 2,880 square feet
Fun fact: Although the home has the classic emerald green door (for fans to pose in front of for pictures), the majority of the interior shots weren’t filmed in the actual house.
Edward Scissorhands, Lutz, FL
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom
Size: 1,258 square feet
Fun fact: The majority of the homes in the pastel neighborhood, this house included, were temporarily painted for filming.
Father of the Bride, Pasadena, FL
8 bedroom, 5 bathroom
Cost: $2.567 million
Size: 4,339 square feet
Fun fact: Although this house was where the wedding scene took place, the basketball scenes we all know and love were actually filmed at another house nearby.
The Goonies, Astoria, OR
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom
Size: 1,935 square feet
Fun fact: The owners of the house have actually put up tarps in front of the windows so people don’t trespass and do the “truffle shuffle” out front.
The Notebook, Wadmalaw Island, SC
5 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom
Size: 4,255 square feet
Fun fact: You can actually rent this one out! You can stay in the home built for Allie for $1,000 a night.
Sleepless In Seattle, Seattle, WA
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom
Cost: $1.122 million
Size: 2,200 square feet
Fun fact: If you go on the Space Needle in Seattle, you can see this home on a map.