The houses featured in these movies are just as famous as the titles, with some becoming tourist attractions for film buffs.
The results were found by analyzing the monthly worldwide search volume for each of the highest-ranking movies on IMDb and the homes in them to establish which movie residence is the most sought-after.
The house is located at 671 Lincoln Avenue, Winnetka, Illinois. While the inside of the house is not open to visitors, many fans of the film often stop by to take photos of the outside, especially at Christmas time.
Coming in second place is the search for "twilight house," with 8,4000 per month, in addition to 3,8000 searches per month for "Cullen house twilight," making the total Twilight searches a whopping 12,200.
The Cullen family house, with its modern architecture and unique aesthetics, is located at 3333 NW Quimby St, Portland, Oregon. It was officially named "Hoke House," Officially named “Hoke House,” Nike footwear director John Hoke completed the home in 2007, and a year later, it was featured in the popular sci-fi movie.
One of the most notable homes from the cult favorite Halloween film is Allison's house, also known as "Ropes Mansion," located at 318 Essex Street in Salem. Decorated with jack-'o'-lanterns and candle-lit windows, the house is an open museum for both Salem locals and fans of the movie.
Father of the Bride
Located at 843 S. El Molino Avenue in real-life, the house is given a fictional address at 24 Maple Drive in the upmarket area of San Marino in California, where the Huttinger family resides. Searches for ‘father of the bride house’ average 5,600 searches per month worldwide; back in 2016, the house was sold for $1.9 million.
The home is located at 1774 Tinsmith Circle, Lutz, Florida, though the owners decided to sell the property and pay homage to the movie by transforming it into a tribute. Searches for ‘Edward Scissorhands house’ average 5,300 per month worldwide, proving just how keen fans are to visit the quirky house.
“Movies don’t just offer engaging storylines, but are an example of the era that they aired and can become staples in popular culture," said a spokesperson from LA Homes. "However, it isn’t just the movie itself that can become wildly popular, it is also the sets and the interiors which can quickly become fan favorites. This study gives an interesting insight into the most popular movie homes that have stood the test of time in popularity and style.”
Here is the complete list of the most popular movie homes and the average number of searches worldwide per month:
Home Alone: 70,000
Hocus Pocus: 12,000
Father of the Bride: 5,600
Edward Scissorhands: 5,300
The Notebook: 4,400
The Goonies: 3,300
Night in Rodanthe: 2,800
The Holiday: 2,600