In case you haven't heard, Little Women—the iconic novel-turned-movie that's been a true inspiration for thousands of women around the world—is getting a remake by none other than Ladybird director Greta Gerwig. The story of Little Women takes place in Civil War-era Massachusetts, a time of full skirts and Colonial revival architecture. These styles are on display in all their glory in Greta Gerwig's Little Women, which was filmed at the Thayer Estate in Lancaster, MA—and it's actually just been put on the market for $3.25 million.
"When you enter the home you will see the sweeping staircase leading to the upstairs with custom woodwork," the listing says. That very same sweeping staircase is featured prominently in the enchanting trailer for Little Women.
The enormous 21,802 square foot mansion (or should I say mini castle?) sits on 60 acres of sprawling property and boasts 47 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms, and four half bathrooms. It was designed in 1903 by architect Guy Lowell, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. It also has even more Hollywood ties—before it was listed, it was an alternative health center run by guru Deepak Chopra that received visits from stars like Michael Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor, and Barbra Streisand.
A smaller adjacent carriage house located on the property is being sold separately at a starting price of $499,900— it was also used in the filming of the soon-to-be-iconic new version of Little Women.
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