The movie may have been animated, but this house is very real.
Blair Bangerter, homebuilder and co-owner of Bangerter Homes, painstakingly recreated it in every detail -- right down to Carl and Ellie's custom-made chairs sitting just where they were in the movie.
So how much will it set you back? About $399,000, which could also pay for 39,900 movie tickets. Or one very large bunch of balloons.
After Bangerter first saw the movie, he thought, "Hey, there's kind of an interesting architecture about that house," and it dovetailed with the resurgence in historic architecture he noticed in the Salt Lake City area.
Later, after watching the DVD, he put a pencil to paper to see if he could catch the design in real life.
The biggest challenge was filling in the blanks. In the movie, there are places in the house you don't see, such as the kitchen, the bathroom, the laundry room, says Bangerter. "We just had to take the shape of the house and dream all that up, which is the fun part."
The movie ended with Carl and Ellie's house overlooking scenic Paradise Falls. But the real home already has a view of the Wasatch Mountains right from the front porch.