We've talked before about remarkable fictional locations that actually exist in real life. Most of these are tucked away in some remote corner of the world, places that you will probably never visit.
And that's what makes this list different. See, when someone just up and decides to put nail to hammer and build their favorite movie house, it doesn't always happen in the middle of nowhere. In fact, there are a few famous movie homes you could be living next to without even knowing it. For example ...
5The Floating House from Up
Blair Bangerter, a man (always specify sex when discussing someone named Blair) in Herriman, Utah, had an exact replica of the house from Disney's Up built and put on the market for a cool $400,000.
We know what you're thinking, and the answer is "Yes, he does sometimes attach helium-filled balloons to the chimney!"
To answer the other question we trust is now on your mind, no, those balloons cannot actually be used to lift the house from its foundation and carry it to Paradise Falls.