Victorian House from 'Stepmom' Is for Sale, and It Looks Gorgeous
The Victorian house that stunned viewers of the movie “Stepmom” has been put on sale.
The house, located on 501 North Broadway Nyack, New York, is being sold at $3,750,000, as shown in the website, Christie’s International Real Estate.
Among the most notable features of the house is a spacious living room with four sets of French doors.
Julia Roberts and Susan Sarandon famously lived in the house in their 1998 film, “Stepmom.”
The website states that the house, named Glenholme, has been extensively renovated by the current owner.
“It has exhilarating Hudson views, wide lawns, and cascading waterfall brook. Enter via a splendid three-sided wrap-around veranda,” reads the house’s description.
Among the most notable features of the house is a spacious living room with four sets of French doors, a fireplace, and a coffered ceiling. The house also has an intimate parlor and study, each with a fireplace.
Its dining room features a bow-shaped window wall and a fireplace. The house also boasts of a grand staircase that leads to an intimate sitting nook with fireplace.
Another highlight is the private master suite with a large bedroom that offers a view of the Hudson River. It also has an elegant en-suite bath and dressing room. More recently, the house also appeared in the film “Bounty Hunter” starring Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler.
Another famous house that has been put on sale is the dreamy California home featured in the 2006 romantic comedy, “The Holiday.”
The two-story mansion belonged to Cameron Diaz’s character, Amanda, in the film, which also stars Kate Winslet and Jude Law.
The house, located in San Marino, California, has been put on the market for $11.8 million.
Winslet, who played a character named Iris, is seen in the movie blown away by the beauty of the house.
California mansions are a hit among celebrities. Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres got a beachfront mansion in Carpinteria, California for $18.6 million.