Ever dream of living the Hollywood lifestyle in a home featured in one of your favorite films? These latest famous properties just hit the market making your dreams a reality. Check out these astonishing, homes from the movies that just become available.
Known for the “horse-head” scene, this home, featured in “The Godfather”, was built in 1927. The grand estate has 30 bedrooms and 40 bathrooms. At a whopping $135 million, the home has a swimming pool, tennis court, in-home theater, a ballroom and a two-story library – an offer you won’t be able to refuse.
As the most expensive home on the market in the U.S., the estate, also known as Chartwell, was once the backdrop for the “Beverly Hillbillies”. Listed at $350 million, the 10.3 acre estate once belonged to media mogul, Jerrold Perenchio, who produced numerous sitcoms in the 1970s and sold Univision in 2007. Lavish features like a 75-foot swimming pool, a wine cellar that fits 12,000 bottles and a five-bedroom pool house are just a few of the luxury amenities offered.
Renkown architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s, The Ennis House, is for sale at $23 million. The Mayan-inspired, concrete block home was built in 1923 and sits on a hill in Los Feliz. Making an appearance in numerous television shows and movies, The Ennis House is most notably remembered in the film, Blade Runner. Spacious balconies provide excellent views of Los Angeles and Pacific Ocean. Mosaic tiled walls, marble floors and coffered ceilings create a majestic atmosphere in the home, being sold fully furnished.