The holiday season generates thoughts and memories relating to families and the home, so it’s no wonder many holiday-centric movies so prominently feature a home.
Some of these beloved homes are figments of set designers’ imaginations. The mundane two-story suburban home of “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” was a set, and even the lovely stone farmhouse from the 1945 romantic comedy “Christmas in Connecticut” was a set.
Yet, some of the familiar homes featured in beloved holiday movies are real houses, and avid fans often visit them on a yearly basis to relive the magic. These homes are located all over the country. One has been converted into a museum memorializing the film in which it appeared, and a few of the following holiday movie homes are even for sale. Click ahead to see them all.
By Colleen KanePosted 30 November 2011