The Academy Award nominees for Best Picture are a selection of movies where we are so engrossed in the films, we feel as though we are actually taking on the lives of these characters— but what if we actually could? Now, you almost can because we've rounded up a list of beautiful homes that reside right where some your favorite best picture nominated films take place.
CODA dives into the life of Ruby Rossi who yearns to follow her passion for singing. However, her obligation to help her deaf family with their fishing business is constantly pulling her in two directions. The film is set in the beautiful state of Massachusetts, and you can enjoy the charm and greenery as well with several homes that are on the market in the same area. Live out your dreams like Ruby in this Chilmark home resting at the top of the hill and surrounded by views of the Atlantic Ocean. Put your family first and give them the chance to live in this Beach Road Estate that includes a bowling alley, home theater, gym, music room and study. If you’re not sold yet, then reconsider what you really want in this life by checking out this Weston home and you can have your own private outdoor sports court and an indoor pool and jacuzzi.
When an astronomy grad student and her professor discover a comet that is on a direct course to destroy planet Earth, they must embark on a media tour to save humankind. Adam McKay’s film is set in none other than the political center of the country, Washington, D.C., and there are many dreamy homes right in that very market. Take a leap of faith and look into the Crawford-Cassin house where Sarah Crawford followed by Stephen Cassin, a renowned United States Naval officer, previously resided. Jump on another opportunity before the world comes to an end and check out this European-inspired home built in the 1930s on an acre of silent, serene elevated land. Alternatively, plan out your life-saving agenda in this great renaissance-style mansion that is perfect for entertaining and relaxing daily living.
A special bond is formed when a middle-aged, widowed actor’s chauffeur ends up being a quiet 20-year-old woman. She takes him on his journey as he gets the chance to direct a production at a theater festival and the two of them heal and grow together. The film embodies the pleasing nature of Japan and there are countless properties available where the setting of the film took place. Find happiness in the things that you can control in this Karuizawa home that gives off a strong industrial farmhouse aesthetic.
A menacing rancher, Phil, torments his brother, his new wife and her son, until he shockingly takes the boy under his wing. No one knows if Phil is sincere or more likely has an even worse scheme in the making. Jane Campion’s film is nothing without its rural, rustic Montana setting and you can really encapsulate the Burbank brothers’ lifestyle with various homes that are in that very market. Embrace your masculine energy in this Big Sky home, a luxury ranch built of Canadian red cedar and Chief Joseph rock.
Licorice Pizza follows Alana Kane and Gary Valentine as they turn the San Fernando Valley into their playground, falling in love and growing up one step at a time. Southern California’s charm is a key feature in the film and there are many homes up for grabs that lay right in Alana and Gary’s playground. Jam to your record player all day long in this Laguna Beach home that’s only a short private staircase down to the peaceful beach cove and natural saltwater pool. Rejoice or reminisce on your youth in this Hermosa Beach home where you can entertain all night long with a wine cellar, bar and home theater. If you’re looking for another beach beauty, celebrate love and friendship in this Redondo Beach home overlooking the Pacific Ocean with views from Palos Verdes to Malibu.
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