Pulp Fiction: Mia Wallace’s Modern Abode
The real-life home in which Uma Thurman’s character Mia Wallace lives in the movie ‘Pulp Fiction’ is located – where else? – in Beverly Hills, just a few miles north of Sunset Boulevard. While curious passersby won’t see much more than a geometric gate, the magic of modern real estate listings give us a glimpse of the interiors, which we’ll forever associate with the song ‘Girl, You’ll be a Woman Soon.’ The three-bedroom home, which was built in the ’60s, sold in 2010 for an undisclosed sum, though the listing didn’t even mention its prominent role in one of the biggest movies of the 1990s.
Ferris Bueller: Cameron Frye’s House
The memorable modern home in Highland, Illinois that held Cameron Frye’s father’s Ferrari in the 80′s classic ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ could be yours for just $1.65 million. After languishing on the market, the home is getting a modern makeover complete with high-end furniture and will be back up for sale in a month or two. The 4-bedroom, 4-bath house was designed in 1953 by A. James Speyer and David Haid and is officially known as the ‘Ben Rose House’.
Hollywood is famous for both its movies and the movie stars who live there. Every famous home on this list has a famous or infamous history that would be worthy of its own book.
810 Linden Drive
Better known as the Playboy Mansion, this home is owned by Hugh Hefner, founder of Playboy Magazine. It became famous for its lavish celebrity guest parties. The Mansion is often featured in music videos, movies, and even reality TV shows.
750 Bel Air Rd
These houses were used in the filming of Halloween, where a nearly invincible killer named Michael tries to stalk and kill the lead character, played by Jamie Lee Curtis. The homes are only two roads down from where another popular horror film, Nightmare on Elm Street, was filmed.