If you’ve ever wanted to own a piece of Hollywood history, now’s your chance.
Four homes that have had their own starring roles — as movie backdrops — are on the market. From the kitchen where Kevin Kline and Glenn Close danced to rhythm and blues classics to the mansion that was home to a fictional studio head (remember the infamous horse head scene?) in “The Godfather,” these houses have had more than a brush with stardom.
And they run the gamut in cost. From the $12 million price tag for a hilltop mansion that has been featured in many movies and TV shows to a very middle-class affordable $132,900 for the south Philadelphia row house that Rocky Balboa purchased in “Rocky II,” there really is something for almost everyone.
So whether you’re browsing to buy or just want to see the real-life rooms from your cinematic favorites, here are four movie homes that are for sale.