Prince's 'Purple Rain' House For Sale
The home from the 1984 cult classic "Purple Rain," starring Prince, is on the market for <a href="http://www.zillow.com/blog/purple-rain-house-180487/" target="_blank">$110,000</a>. It was a humble home even then, when "The Kid" was struggling to escape his parents' dysfunction. Now the listing by Nancy Petran of Coldwell Banker Burnet says the home "needs to be rehabbed." Built in 1913, the three-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home sits on a quiet street near the light rail line in Minneapolis' Longfellow neighborhood.
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'Mean Girls' Mansion of Regina George Listed for $14.8 Million
The <a href="http://sothebysrealty.ca/en/property/ontario/greater-toronto-area-real-estate/toronto/74343/" target="_blank">home</a> that belonged to the family of Regina George, played by Rachel McAdams, in the film "Mean Girls" is on the market for $14.8 million. The Toronto property spans 20,000 square feet and sits on over two acres.
'Scarface' Mansion Gets 49 Percent Discount
The estate that served as the home of Tony Montana played by Al Pacino in the film "Scarface" is on the market for $17.9 million, 49 percent below the original $35 million asking price when it went on the market in 2014. The Santa Barbara property spans 9,816 square feet and sits on over 10 acres. It was built in 1906 and has since been remodeled.
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'The Godfather' House on Staten Island Is For Sale
The Corleone <a href="http://www.zillow.com/blog/godfather-home-listed-for-2-9-million-31444/" target="external">house</a> from the 1972 film, "The Godfather", featuring James Caan, Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and John Cazale, is for sale on Staten Island for $2.895 million. The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom house is where Connie gets married, the mobsters plan to "go to the mattresses" and Don Vito dies in the classic film. The tomato patch where Vito, played by Marlon Brandon, dies is now a saltwater pool. The interior was renovated in 2012. It has a four-car garage. Paramount Pictures approached the Norton Family, who owned it for nearly six decades, in 1970. It was last sold in 2012 for $1.687 million. </p>
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'The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet' House For Sale
This five-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 5,283 square-foot home that was the real-life and television home for the 1950s show "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" is on the market for <a href="http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1822-Camino-Palmero-St-Los-Angeles-CA-90046/20803464_zpid/" target="external">$4,995,000</a>. The remodeled Hollywood Hills West home was also used for external shots of Ari Gold's house in HBO's "Entourage." The gated property has three fireplaces, a three-car garage and swimming pool. It last sold for more than $3 million in June 2013. The home "offers a storied 'Old Hollywood' past with a bright and elegant future," the listing states. </p>
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'Sex and the City' Beach House For Rent
Make your "Sex and the City" fantasies come true: the modern <a href="http://www.zillow.com/blog/rent-sex-and-the-city-home-153726/"target="external"rel="nofollow">Malibu beach house</a> that fictional character Samantha Jones and her model boyfriend Smith Jerrod settled in for the "Sex and the City" 2008 film is available for rent. The five-bedroom, three-story home is available at $10,000 a month.
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'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' Home Sold
Matthew Broderick, left, is seen in the film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off". The <a href="http://blog.redfin.com/blog/2014/05/bueller-home-sells.html#.U4yzjPldXmt"target="external"rel="nofollow">Highland Park, Illinois, home</a> where the movie was filmed sold for $1.06 million. The home, in a suburb north of Chicago, was first listed in 2009 for $2.3 million. It was designed by architects A. James Speyer and David Haid and built in 1953. It's owned by textile designers Frances and Ben Rose. The home is one of Chicago's endangered historic structures, according to Landmarks Illinois.
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‘Modern Family’ TV Home Sold
The <a href="http://www.zillow.com/blog/modern-family-home-seeks-new-family-146352/">Los Angeles home</a> used in ABC's "Modern Family" sold for $2.15 million, below the $2.35 million asking price. It's a traditional two-story home featuring four bedrooms and has been remodeled, complete with crown molding, wood floors and upgraded appliances. It sits in the Cheviot Hills neighborhood and last sold for $1.97 million in 2006. The Coldwell Banker listing agent indicated the television producers have forked over fees for the right to film exterior shots of the property. <strong>WATCH: <a href="https://gma.yahoo.com/video/modern-family-house-sells-2-194639823.html">The Real 'Dunphy' Home Gets New Owner</a></strong>
Famous ‘Godfather’ House for Sale in Beverly Hills
<a href="http://www.zillow.com/blog/beverly-house-now-a-rental-for-600000-a-month-112386/ ">A mansion in Beverly Hills</a> that has welcomed John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy for their honeymoon is for sale for $135 million, up from the <a href="http://www.hiltonhyland.com/listings/the-legendary-beverly-house-2">website listing price of $115 million</a>. First listed at $165 million, it was a set in "The Godfather," including the "horse in a bed" scene, and "The Bodyguard." The four-acre property was once available for rent at $600,000 a month, said the L.A. Times. The Beverly House was once owned by magnate William Randolph Hearst and actress Marion Davies. It has five buildings, 28 bedrooms and 36 bathrooms.
'Homeland' House Sold
This home in Charlotte, N.C., is depicted as the Brody residence in Seasons 1 and 2 of Showtime's "Homeland." When it was listed in Aug. 2013, there were several offers, but the 2,480-square-foot home sold for $405,000. The home is where Nicholas Brody, played by Damian Lewis, lives with his wife and two kids and where Claire Danes' character, CIA agent Carrie Matheson, stalks his every move.
'Homeland' N.C. House On Sale
This home used in Showtime's "Homeland" was recently on the real estate market in Charlotte, N.C. This $2.125 million home was originally intended to be used as a home for a "good" CIA agent spying on terrorists. But scripts changed and it was used to house terrorists depicted in Season 3, Episode 6. This home has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, elevator and basement pool with a golf course view.
'Grumpy Old Men' House For Sale
A home in Saint Paul, Minn. that was featured in the 1993 film "Grumpy Old Men" hit the market in June 2013 for $195,000. The home was reported as having a pending sale. Built in 1914, the 1,460-square-foot two-bedroom, one-bathroom bungalow has a view of Lake Phalen, where one can go ice-fishing. The exterior of the home was featured in the film, which starred Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.
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'Walker, Texas Ranger' Home On Sale
Listed in July 2013, the Dallas home that was featured in the television show, "Walker, Texas Ranger," is owned by the brother of the show's star, Chuck Norris. Aaron Norris and his wife, Rebecca Norris, listed the four-bedroom, seven-bathroom home, which was built in 1975. It has an extra 884-square-foot studio, a pool, and three-car garage.
'Nightmare on Elm Street' House
This Los Angeles house's exterior was the house seen in the horror movie "Nightmare on Elm Street." It was recently on the market for $2.1 million.
'Roseanne's House' For Sale in Indiana
A house portrayed as the home of television character Roseanne for the eponymous ABC television show was listed for $129,999. In Evansville, Ind., the three-bedroom home was listed for just $5,000 more than the current owners paid in 2009, despite a complete remodel.
'Mary Tyler Moore's House' On the Market
The house that was used for exterior shots on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" is on sale in Minnesota for $2.895 million. In the 70s sitcom, the eponymous main character lived in an apartment upstairs, best friend Rhoda lived in the attic, while the landlord Phyllis lived on the main floor. It's actually a 7-bed home with 6.5 bathrooms. A couple bought it in the 1990s without realizing its history.
'Carrie Bradshaw's City Home'
The New York City apartment that "Sex and the City" character Carrie Bradshaw lived in sold for $9.65 million in April 2012. Only two families have lived in the five-bedroom, three-bathroom home since it was designed by architect Robert Mook and built in 1866, according to Sotheby's.
'Nashville' Home For Sale
The home used in ABC's show, "Nashville," is listed for $19.5 million. It has six bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms and spans 20,533 square feet.
The Osbournes' Former Home For Sale
The Osbourne family's former home in Beverly Hills featured in their MTV reality television show is on sale for $13.5 million.
'Entourage' House Sold
The infamous home of Adrian Grenier's character Vincent Chase on "Entourage" sold for $4.2 million in 2011. The 9,010 square foot home in Encino Hills, Calif., was used for several seasons of the hit HBO show. The gated villa went on the market in 2010 for a hefty $5.75 million, AOL Real Estate reports. The house reportedly dropped to $4.85 million before reaching its final selling price.
Adrienne Maloof's Mansion Sold
"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Adrienne Maloof's home hit the market in mid-September 2012 for $26 million, and just about 30 days later, the home secured a buyer, according Los Angeles real estate brokerage The Agency.
'Real Housewife's' Real House
"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Melissa Gorga and her husband, Joe Giudice, listed their 13,500-square-foot house for $3.8 million in the spring of 2012. Built in 2009, the home has Italian marble, six bedrooms, and seven bathrooms over two acres. Public records show the property was purchased in February 2007 for $950,000.
'Amityville' House Not on the Market?
The home portrayed as the haunted Amityville house in the 1979 film "The Amityville Horror" was last listed for $915,000 in Nov. 2012 but the listing was removed in Jan. 2013. Located in Toms River, N.J., the four-bedroom home was used for exterior shots for the film.
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