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One of the best parts about losing yourself in a movie or TV show is experiencing exotic locales and beautiful homes. Read on for some of our favorite silver- and big-screen homes!

KEVIN McCALLISTER’S HOUSE IN “HOME ALONE

Besides providing a great staging area for protection from thieves, Kevin’s house in “Home Alone” is also a real, private home in Winnetka, Illinois, in the Chicago suburbs.

ANNIE AND HALLIE’S DAD’S VINEYARD IN “THE PARENT TRAP

You can visit Nick Parker’s real-life Napa escape at the Staglin Family Vineyard, located on the Rutherford Bench.

TONY STARK’S HOME IN “IRON MAN

This cliff-side dream home in La Jolla includes private beach access, soaring views and a very high-dollar price tag.

THE ESTATE IN “DOWNTON ABBEY

While some scenes in this Masterpiece Theatre series were filmed in-studio, most of the exterior and interior shots are of Highclere Castle in north Hampshire, England.

THE HOUSE IN “FATHER OF THE BRIDE

This classic home is located in Pasadena and was also used in the movie “Guess Who,” starring Bernie Mac and Ashton Kutcher.

CAMERON’S HOUSE IN “FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF

Jury’s out on whether or not the current owners of this midcentury modern home in Highland Park, Illinois, also own a Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder.

PRINCE CHARMING’S CASTLE IN “CINDERELLA

Visit the Magic Kingdom at Disney World to see the towering, real-life version of this animated classic.

THE TOWNHOME IN “FULL HOUSE

Even though the opening credits showcase the famous San Francisco Painted Ladies, the actual home from Full House is located over a mile away.

THE BRADY BUNCH” HOUSE

Have you ever wondered how this quintessential ’70s home fit the entire Brady bunch? Well, it didn’t: set designers added windows to the split-level to make it look like there was a second floor.

THE “FRIENDS” APARTMENT

The rent for Monica and Rachel’s iconic apartment in “Friends” has been estimated at $5,100 a month.

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