A modern day Holly Golightly probably couldn't live in the apartment occupied by America's favorite sweetheart-slash-call-girl in 1961: That apartment,a duplex brownstone on New York City's Upper East Side,recently sold for a cool $7.4 million.(That's alotof $50 trips to the powder room.) More reasonable: The house that Noah built Allie inThe Notebook—a South Carolina plantation valued at $582,000—is available for guests to rent for just $1,000 a night.Here are more of the most memorable homes from your most-favorite movies,along with real-life real estate details,dug up by our friends atTrulia.
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S
*New York City
Bedrooms:4 Bathrooms: 5Square Footage:2,880Estimated Value:$7.58 million
"Holly Golightly' Upper East Side brownstone duplex,which recently sold for $7.4 million,still boasts an emerald green front door—soBreakfast at Tiffany'sfans can pose in front,a la Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard.Prepare for disappointment if you step inside,however: Most of the interior shots weren't filmed here."
Bedrooms:3 Bathrooms: 2Square Footage:1,258Estimated Value:$138,000
"The Boggs family's picture-perfect pastel house was just another trick of movie magic: Dozens of homes in this Florida neighborhood were temporarily painted new hues during filming to realize director Tim Burton's vision."