How many of these iconic film and TV houses do you remember? Walk through some of the these dwellings that have been made famous in the movies and TV shows.
The Lovell House is one of the most important structures in the US. It was the country’s first steel frame house, and also the earliest structures built with gunite (or shotcrete, a sprayed-on type of concrete). It was designed and built in 1928 by architect Richard Neutra, one of the most important figures of modernist architects. The home was built in the International Style architecture which flourished during the 1920s-1930s.
This private residence where most scenes of the TV sitcom Malcolm in the Middle were shot is located 12334 Cantura Street in Studio City, Los Angeles, CA.
An oddly-shaped house built during the mid-60s, was the main setting of the Woody Allen film Sleeper. The house, which is located near Denver, was designed by architect Charles Deaton.
This house featured in The Big Lebowski is not actually located in Malibu like what the film leads us to believe. It is actually located in Benedict Canyon, just near Beverly Hills. The house was designed by renowned architect John Lautner and was constructed on a sandstone.
Also known as the Bates Mansion, this famous Victorian house featured in the Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller Psycho is located in Tucson, Arizona.
The house where most scenes of the 1983 holiday film A Christmas Story were shot is located in Cleveland, Ohio.
This iconic house was designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1920s. It was built in the Mayan Revival/Textile Block architectural style. The Ennis House has served as a location for countless other films, commercials and a television show.
This modernist house featured in the 80s teen comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day-Off housed the Ferrari of Ferris’ friend Cameron Frye. Its actual name is the “Ben Rose House,” which was designed by architects A. James Speyer and David Haid. The house is located in Highland Park, Illinois.
After the owner Ben Rose died, the house was put up for sale in 2009, initially for $2.3 million. But the house lagged in the market for many years before it was finally bought in 2014 for $1.06 million.