"Twilight" house in St. Helens, Oregon goes up for sale
ST. HELENS, Ore. (KATU) – "Twilight" fans could soon have their chance at quite literally living in part of the teen fantasy book and film series.
A house featured in "Twilight" is going up for sale in St. Helens through Cascade Sotheby’s.
"Twilight", based on a best selling book series by Stephenie Meyer, is about a 17-year-old girl who moves to a small town in the Northwest and falls in love with a mysterious classmate, who turns out to be a vampire.
The home at 184 6th Street is known to fans as “Bella’s house,” where the main character of the series lived.
Much of the movie was filmed in St. Helens, which was used as a stand-in for Port Angeles, Washington. Several spots around town were featured in the film, including the Columbia County Courthouse.
“I’ve kept the house as it was from the movie. The choices the filmmakers really made the house shine,” the homeowner said during an interview with Sotheby’s. “I sat down to watch the television and a trailer for "Twilight" came on the screen. To see a picture of the very house you’re sitting, in followed by an image of the very room you’re in, is a sensation that very few will ever know.”
The 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 2,500 square foot home is listed at $349,900. MORE INFO>>>