Famous action, horror, drama, and adult film homes on the market right now

Famous action, horror, drama, and adult film homes on the market right now
Famous action, horror, drama, and adult film homes on the market right now

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Real estate's always a sound investment. Especially if it's been immortalized in film. The following are movie homes you can live in RIGHT NOW with only a little immense wealth

Norman Osborn's (a.k.a. the Green Goblin's) Penthouse Movie: The Spider-Man trilogy (2002-2007) Location: New York, NY Price: $1.595 million Rooms: 1 bed/1.5 bath Features: Fireplace, outdoor terrace
Dr. Richard Kimball's House Location: Chicago, IL Movie: The Fugitive (1993) Price: $17,000/month Rooms: 5 bed/6 bath (6,129 sq. ft.) Features: Indoor pool, elevator, multiple fireplaces, sauna, indoor catwalk, floating stairs
Jack Woltz's Estate Location: Los Angeles, CA Movie: The Godfather (horse head scene) Price: $95 million Rooms: 29 bed/40 bath (50,000-plus sq. ft./3.7 acres) Features: Tennis court, commercial kitchen, guest house, eight-car garage, separate two-bedroom apartment, separate four-bedroom gate lodge
The Amityville Horror House Movie: The Amityville Horror (1979) Location: Tom's River, NJ Price: $955,000 Rooms: 4 bed/3 bath (3,370 sq. ft.) Features: River dock, pool
Deep Throat House Movie: Deep Throat (1972) Location: Coconut Grove, FL Price: $1.75 million Rooms: 4 bed/4 bath (5,413 sq. ft./0.62 acres) Features: Wine cellar, pool

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