Scary movie house real estate for sale: This charming, all-american looking home with wraparound porch is none other than the house from the movie “I Know What You Did Last Summer.” That’s a must see movie house for this month of October.
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This really is a charming house isn’t it? Don’t think about those scenes shot here from the movie, like when the killer is in Helen’s bedroom and cuts her hair – don’t think about that – if you can.
Just think about how charmingly wonderful the house and the property it is on is. Houses with reputations get a lot of attention and this one is no doubt not an exception. Let’s look inside anyway.
It looks like original bead board on the kitchen wall here and on the entrance wall above too. Notice this kitchen does not show any real cabinets like we are all used to seeing? And the pots are hanging from a rack that is attached to a chimney-like brick wall from past kitchen design of the early 1900’s.
There are a lot of antiques in all the rooms shown.
This house is really only a few blocks from the ocean.
Famous Movie House: This famous movie house is located at 308 W. West Street in Southport, North Carolina and is up for sale at $350,000 with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is a formal dining room and fireplace in the home, plus more. The wraparound porch beauty of a house was built back in 1905 and has mature oaks as seen above, which is no accident as Southport is known for historic homes and large live oaks. Southport, North Carolina has waterfront, marinas, restaurants, shopping, and galleries.
Interestingly, I learned that North Carolina has a lot of filming done there because it is the 3rd largest film location state. Other films done there are A Walk To Remember, Domestic Disturbance, Summer Catch, Weekend at Bernie’s, and Crimes of the Heart to name a few.
I Know What You Did Last Summer! It’s a lovely home and famous to boot. Would you buy a famous house if you could? As for buying a famous scary house, I would not have a problem if it was just a film that was done in the home, because that’s pretend. If a house is famous for something terrible having happened on the property, that would give me great pause to buy it or not.
Trulia property listing: 308 W. West Street, Southport NC
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