Kristen Stewart’s ‘Twilight’ Home is Now an Incredibly Popular Vacation Rental
Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), the sensitive 17-year-old vampire at the center of “The Twilight Saga”, is famous for immortality. The franchise itself has some serious stamina too, it seems! Last month, the five films that make up the fantasy series hit Netflix and, within days, each had got a place on the coveted list of the streamer’s 10 most watched. Weeks later, four of the five are still trending on the platform! Regardless of their “Team Jacob” or “Team Edward” leanings, devotees tune in to watch en masse!
Based on Stephenie Meyer’s popular book series, the first opus of “Saga”, “Twilight”, is still the most popular overall according to Rotten tomatoes. Released with great fanfare in 2008, the film kicks off the love story between the “vegetarian vampire” Edward (he and his family drink animal blood instead of humans) and high school student Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart).
Set in the sun-deprived Pacific Northwest, where Edward lives discreetly with his vampire brothers, the opening of the film sees Bella moving away from her. mother’s supposed home in Arizona (which is actually about 40 miles north of Los Angeles at 22301 Cataro Drive in Santa Clarita) at the white-planked residence of her father, Local Police Chief Charlie Swan (Billy Burke), who she says is “in Washington State, under an almost constant blanket of cloud. And rain ”.
Believed to be in the town of Forks on the Olympic Peninsula, Billy’s charming two-story mansion is actually about 30 miles north of Portland, Oregon, at 184 S. 6th St. in St. Helens. (Please remember this is a private home. Do not intrude or disturb residents or property in any way.)
And there is good news for anyone who hopes to live like Bella for a night! The traditional tampon currently serves as a vacation rental via Airbnb. Further demonstrating the enduring appeal of “The Twilight Saga”, the location is also in high demand. In fact, the owners have a hard time follow the intense interest! Fans of “Twilight”, it seems, have no thrills!
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