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

Published On 01/16/2013 Published On 01/16/2013

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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