Have you ever wondered if you could actually see the homes from TV shows and films you like? You don’t have to wonder anymore! In this blog post, we’re giving you a list of some famous homes you can actually visit! Many of these places are privately owned and can only be seen from the outside so please keep the privacy of the residents in mind. Are you excited to see properties from your favorite shows? Read ahead!
Breaking Bad is considered one of the best TV shows of all time. If you’ve ever seen the show, this driveway would be very familiar to you. You can take a trip to New Mexico to see Mr. White’s house. It’s a private residence so you can’t get in, but you can at least drive by the street to see where Heisenberg lived.
3828 Piermont Dr. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87111
Silence of the Lambs
Anything from Silence of the Lambs still gives the chills, but imagine actually spending the night at Buffalo Bill’s house. This property in rural Pennsylvania near Pittsburgh sold for nearly $200,000 in 2016. It was then purchased again just this January for $295,000 and will soon be open to accepting overnight guests. Check out their page for announcements and availability.
8 Circle St. Layton, Perryopolis, Pennsylvania 15473
A Star is Born
It hasn’t been confirmed yet, but fans think they have found the secluded rockstar hideaway used in the movie A Star is Born. There are a few clues that make it seem identical with the film like the art studio to the barbecue area. If you love the film so much or you’re just looking for more photos of the interior, check out this Zillow listing.
481 Cold Canyon Rd, Calabasas, CA 91302
Ryan Gosling “built” this house from the Nicholas Sparks-based film, The Notebook. We know how much this house meant to Noah and just how many important events happened in it. Luckily, you can see this property somewhere in Wadmalaw Island. It is just one of 18 homes on Martins Point Plantation, a 900-acre private waterfront community.
204 Martins Point Rd., Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487
The Christmas classic Home Alone features this iconic home of the McAllister’s. The outside alone is easily recognizable. Unfortunately, that’s all there is to see as visitors aren’t allowed to take a tour of the inside. Fans of the film come here just to take a few snaps and relive the beauty of their favorite movie. You may click here to see reviews of those who have visited.
671 Lincoln Ave, Winnetka, IL 60093
You probably already know by now that even though Friends was set in New York City, the show was mostly filmed on a set at Warner Brothers Studios in California. What a bummer, right? Although, the exterior shots of the apartment building are taken from an actual building somewhere in Greenwich Village. It’s actually a quite popular tourist attraction and you’ll see fans of the TV show geeking about the place.
90 Bedford St, New York, NY 10014
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Another New York tourist spot is from one of the most iconic movies of all time, Breakfast at Tiffany’s starring Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly. This building taught us a thing or two about living a glamorous life. Even though you can’t go inside, it’s amazing to know that you can at least pass by this iconic apartment and think about how Audrey would go down the stairs.
169 E 71st St, New York, NY 10021
The Bachelor & The Bachelorette
Were you ever wowed by The Mansion in The Bachelor & The Bachelorette? Sadly, somebody else actually lives there. The property, known as Villa de la Vina, is actually quite a popular spot to host conferences, workshops, and other events. The family living there packs up their stuff each time their home is rented to all these TV shows or events.
2351 Kanan Rd., Agoura Hills, CA 91301
That’s it for our list of some of the houses you can visit from films and TV shows. If you know any other famous houses that can be visited, let us know in the comments below!
Thank you for the lovely complete information that will be helpful to so many! Hope you are doing well!!
Thanks for your comment, Tom!
Good info. Easy to understand and pass on to Buyers. Thank you.