Iconic Holiday Movie Homes Would Cost a Pretty Penny in Real Life

Well, except for one classic (though modest) home in Cleveland.

We think it's safe to say everyone has a favorite holiday movie. You know, the flick that it just wouldn't feel like Christmas without watching? You probably play it at least once every December and know all of the lines by heart. But, if you're like us, sometimes knowing a movie so well can cause our minds to wander, and suddenly we're thinking about the little things: Like how dang much would that gorgeous mansion in Home Alone actually ?!

We already filled you in about what the quaint yellow home from Miracle on 34th Street would set you back (spoiler: a cool $3.4 million) and now  has pegged prices on more of the most popular holiday movies homes. The least expensive? The 19th-century home from  that was located in Cleveland, Ohio and would only cost $50,000 today.

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MGM/UA Entertainment

The most expensive? The Los Angeles mansion Amanda Woods (played by Cameron Diaz) owns in It was designed by famous SoCal architect Wallace Neff and is 10,324-square-feet of straight up glamour and luxury.

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Columbia Pictures

But we suspect the most famous holiday home of all is the 4,234-square-foot residence from  that Kevin famously rigs with booby traps to protect himself from burglars. It's located in Winnetka, Illinois and Trulia estimates it would cost $1.6 million today.

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20th Century Fox

Take a look at the entire list (and toss some popcorn in the microwave while you're at it):  

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