Curious what it would cost to call an iconic holiday movie location ho-ho-home? Trulia crunched the numbers to find out.
December is the perfect month for snuggling by the fire, enjoying a hot cup of cocoa, and binge-watching your favorite holiday movies. Whether it’s Kevin McCallister booby-trapping his family’s house in Home Alone or Kate Winslet’s character enjoying some SoCal sun during a house swap in The Holiday, the homes featured often play as large a role in the film as the actors do.
We decided to work a little holiday magic to find out how much these famous on-screen properties are worth in real life using Trulia estimates. Then we did some research to find out just how much these iconic holiday movies took in at the box office to see how the property value stacks up against the film’s success.
Whether you’re looking for real estate in Santa Fe or an apartment for rent in Boston, we want to know: Which one of the iconic holiday movie homes featured below would you like to snuggle up in this season? If you said Miracle on 34th Street, you’re in luck — the real-life home used in the 1994 remake is currently on the market for a cool $3.4 million.