One of my favorite movie houses has to be the gorgeous 1850s Victorian with the wraparound porch in the Julia Roberts-Susan Sarandon tear-jerker Stepmom. So imagine my excitement when the homeowner wrote to tell me she’s selling it. It’s in Upper Nyack, New York, and the asking price is a little under $2 million.
The house is back on the market again. You can see the most recent photos of it here.
The “Stepmom” House Onscreen:
It was also in the more recent movie The Bounty Hunter with Gerard Butler and Jennifer Aniston, posing as a Bed & Breakfast called “Cupid’s Cabin.”
The House as a B&B in Bounty Hunter:
The House in the Real Estate Listing Today:
It was built in 1854 and has over 5,000 square feet.
Would I kill for a porch like this? Don’t tempt me. 😉
The Stepmom sets were modeled on many of the real rooms in the house.
The entry hall and staircase in the real house:
The entry hall and staircase set created for Stepmom:
The living room in the listing:
The living room set created for Stepmom:
More listing photos:
A cozy upstairs landing with fireplace:
Another sitting room:
Jackie’s kitchen in Stepmom:
The house has 8 bedrooms, 4 baths, and 6 fireplaces.
The upstairs landing onscreen:
The listing describes the house as the “Extraordinary French Second Empire Victorian gem Glenholme,” which boasts “Sweeping Hudson River views from every room.”
The homeowner has a blog where she has posted additional, informal photos of the house that you can see here.
For more photos and information, check the current listing held by David Sanders:
Many thanks to Patrice, the homeowner, for sharing it with us. You can see my original post about the house with more photos and information about the movie itself here. *Update: It went back on the market in 2019 and you can see the most recent photos here.