Exterior shots for Jay Gatsby's (Leonardo DiCaprio) lavish digs were shot at Australia's International College Of Management, Sydney. The Beacon Towers, a Long Island mansion destroyed in the '40s, was used as inspiration for Gatsby's home in the 2013 film.
"Tony Stark's House"
With a ridiculous view overlooking Dume Cove in Malibu, Calif. and one of true stars of the Iron Man series, this imagined ocean side home has been estimated to list at a hefty $117,250,000. But that's probably only $500,000 a month with really good credit.
Sheats Goldstein Residence
Known as the Sheats Goldstein Residence originally built in the early '60s, you might have noticed that the home was also featured in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Bandits and of course, The Big Lebowski. Even Snoop Dogg sought this place out for his "Let's get Blown" video.
The Ennis House
The Ennis House, first seen on screen in the 1959 low-budget House On Haunted Hill, is a building fans of the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer would probably recognize as the "The Mansion."
Alfred Hitchcock brought this house to its greatest notoriety in North by Northwest. However, unlike many of the homes in this list that were built and designed by famous architects like Frank Lloyd Wright and John Lautner, the Vandamm House was really the result of a clever batch of old school movie magic by the creative crew at MGM.
Ettington Park Hotel
There was good reason for director Robert Wise to choose this site for his 1963 horror classic The Haunting -- this 60-room mansion has always been notorious for its ghost sightings.
Certainly not the most posh place on the list, but who doesn't have a soft spot for a young Rudy, the "truffle shuffle" and the house where the big adventure began? Current owners apparently have a sign at the end of their driveway that reads: "Private Drive. Goonies on foot welcomed. No cars please."
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