7 movie homes where you can live like you’re in an Oscar nominated movie

Nocturnal animals

At Tom Ford Nocturnal animals, Amy Adams is perched above Los Angeles in a glass house, the ultimate modern setting for a modern film noir. While hers is more of a sleek cage, this three-level Sunset Strip property with stunning city views will have you gazing into infinity and beyond.

Villa Podere Bruges in Lombardy, ItalyPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb

Call me by your name

If you have $ 2.7 million lying around, then the real house of Call me by your name can be yours. But, for those on a budget, the fantasies of the countryside can be recreated with this villa in Italy Lombardy region.

Kahala Mini Resort in Kahana, OahuPhoto: Courtesy of One Fine Stay

The descendants

Not even a solemn-faced George Clooney could detract from Oahu’s lush natural beauty in The descendants. This South Shore home is the epitome of Hawaiian flair, with ocean views, a large banyan tree, and grounds lined with tiki torches.

Dar à la Alma in Doukkala-Abda, MoroccoPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb


There may be no substitute for Rick’s Café Américain, but with its lemon tree and flower exterior, this affordable and authentic Moroccan AirBnB in Casablanca will be the start of a great vacation.

Grand Bidlake Mansion in Devon, EnglandPhoto: Courtesy of Home Away


With its vast grounds and its former grandeur, the majestic mansion of Atonement has caused serious envy at home among even the most skeptical of Anglophiles. And although Great Bidlake Manor is somewhat derogatoryly referred to as a “cottage” in this list, make no mistake: on 13 and a half acres, this historic estate boasts a croquet lawn, tree-lined driveway, a old cider press and several gardens (and that’s just the outside).

Mörlbach Castle in Bavaria, GermanyPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb

Grand Budapest Hotel

While a hot pink mansion for rent nestled in the snow, Central Europe was a bit hard to find, a yellow mansion for rent was not. Castle Mörlbach, located just outside of Munich, is perfect for anyone looking for a more aesthetic Wes Anderson approach to Oktoberfest.

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