Here's how much it costs to buy the houses from your favourite movies
If you've ever wondered how much the houses from your favourite movies cost, you're in luck.
Online estate agent eMoov has released a list of how much the houses from your favourite movies cost - and they're just as expensive as you'd imagine.
The site compared the prices of what the houses cost when the films were made to how much they're on the market for today.
The McCallisters' Chicago mansion that we've all dreamed about since Home Alone was released in 1990 is worth a whopping €1.85m today.
Susan's dream house in Mircale on 34th Street would set you back €3.24m today, or €1.63m when the movie was released in 1994.
The house on the "dodgy end of Wandsworth, where Natalie, played by Martine McCutcheon, in Love Actually lived certainly isn't in a dodgy part of town now, with a price of €1.3m.
Buddy's father's New York apartment in Elf is valued at €1.2m, or €630,000 in 2003.
If Kate Winslet's country chic Surrey cottage in The Holiday is up your street, you'll have to be ready to part with €855,000, or €560,000 in 2006.
Bridget Jones’ one-bedroom flat in Borough has seen a large price increase in the last 15 years, rising from €220,000 to €770,000.