Famous Movie Set Homes

Movie buffs looking for new digs will be excited to know that a collection of several movie-set properties are on the market. You do not have to move to Hollywood to take advantage of these offerings, however, since these locations represent both coasts and the upper mid-West. Aficionados of the silver screen can sate their desire to be on a movie set by picking up one of these jewels

The Fugitive

336 W Wisconsin St, Chicago IL

Dr. Richard Kimble, played by Harrison Ford in the 1993 thriller, The Fugitive, unjustly accused of his wife’s murder and sentenced to death, flees from this beautiful modern home. Fans remember the open staircase of this Chicago beauty from the movie’s opening scene The house, constructed in 1981, underwent a significant remodel and expansion so that it now boasts 6,200 square feet, three master suites, indoor-pool and sauna, and, a rooftop deck. First listed in 2011, the price on this modern beauty is just $3.95 million

Clear and Present Danger

615 S Rossmore Ave, Los Angeles CA

The home featured in another Harrison Ford movie, Clear and Present Danger, based on the Tom Clancy novel of the same name, released in 1994, impressed Ford so much he reportedly tried to purchase it after the movie. While the homeowners would not part with it then, it is now available for just $4,995,000

& Bounty Hunter

501 N Broadway, Nyack NY

In the movie business, no one wants to be type cast, and this 1897 Nyack, New York Colonial is no exception. Starring both in the sentimental Stepmom as the home of terminally ill Jackie Harrison, played by Susan Sarandon and co-starring Julia Roberts and Ed Harris, and in the Jennifer Aniston 2010 romantic comedy, Bounty Hunter, the acre and a half property with its Hudson River views and wrap-around porch lists for $1.999 million. Featuring an elaborate old-fashioned, coffered-ceiling parlor and grand staircase, mansard roofline and saucy eyebrows, the home is over five thousand square feet

I Know What You Did Last Summer

308 W West St, Southport NC

If you are not afraid to live there, the Southern-style Southport, North Carolina home featured in I Know What You Did Last Summer is on the market for $385,000. Filled with charming features, the 1905 home includes formal living and dining areas, and the wrap-around veranda moviegoers will remember.