A couple of homes that have a place in cinematic history have been on the market lately.
The Italian estate featured in the 2003 film "Under the Tuscan Sun" is for sale at about $12.531 million U.S. Newly renovated and furnished, the gated and walled compound retains its authentic green door and shutters as a reminder of actress Diane Lane’s walk up the Cortona hillside.
The villa and farmhouse, which date to the 16th century, maintain their original integrity but were updated to include air conditioning, WiFi and a swimming pool. Interiors feature antique lighting and furnishings.
Between the two structures there are 10 bedrooms and 9 1/2 bathrooms. Michele Blackmon of Rodeo Realty in Beverly Hills is the listing agent.
Meanwhile, the Winnetka, Ill., house made famous in the 1990 John Hughes film "Home Alone" has been sold for $1.585 million. The red-brick colonial Georgian-style house has four bedrooms and sits on a half-acre lot. Marissa Hopkins of Coldwell Banker in Chicago had the listing.
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