Friday, October 19, 2012

HVS Top Five Vacation Video Tips

Since October 20th is Home Movie Day we thought we'd celebrate with a little light diversion. Here are some famous "homes" in "movies" that you might remember!

Christmas Story
This house, located in Cleveland OH, was actually bought by a developer dedicated to keep the interior and exterior looking just like the movie.

Home Alone
Located in Winnetka IL this house is famous for the battles between Kevin McAllister and two bumbling intruders.

Amityville Horror
You've never heard of a talking house? Well, listen to this: "Get out!"

Ferris Bueller's Day Off
OK, technically this is the garage. Who ever tires of seeing a red Ferrari smash through that glass?

The Godfather
Want this house? Go ahead. Make an offer they can't refuse.
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