REEL ESTATE: 10 Big Screen Mansions (and the Millions They’ll Cost You)

Got a few million bucks lying around?  Then we have a real estate opportunity for you.  10, actually.  Here are 10 beautiful mansion estates from your favorite movies, and how much they’ll set you back.

When you’re in the market for a new mansion, you have to be ready to compromise.

You may get the jacuzzi, but you miss out on the floating glass garage.

You get your own infinity pool, but at the cost of a secret batcave.

But you deserve better.  You deserve it all.

Here are 10 movie mansions that have all the basic amenities any respectable homeowner requires (yes, that includes a private beach).

1. Casa China Blanca – Punta De Mita, Mexico

Limitless Mansion

The Movie: Limitless (2011)
The Price: $2500 a night.
Why it’s Worth It: Not quite in the Millionaire’s Club yet?  Not a problem.  For just $2500 a night you can live like a millionaire with pools, golfing, yoga and an outdoor shower with ocean views.  And don’t forget your Maserati.

2. Hofsta Manor – Sodermanland, Sweden

Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Mansion

The Movie: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
The Price: $5.6 million
Why it’s Worth It: This 17th Century home gives you stunning views to the Swedish country side and easy access to Lake Yngaren.  You can’t pronounce it, but you can definitely jet ski in it.  The only downside is you’ll have to travel 4 hours for the nearest tattoo parlor.


3. The Wallace’s House – Beverly Hills, California

Pulp Fiction Wallace's Mansion

The Movie: Pulp Fiction (1994)
The Price: $5.8 million
Why it’s Worth It: You’ll get your own private swimming pool that vanishes over the hills, and an ultra-modern kitchen with all the newest appliances.  A big upgrade from the days of eating Royals with Cheese from the local drive-thru.


4. Rimontgó Monte Pego Villa – Costa Blanca Aliconte, Spain

The Counselor Mansion

The Movie: The Counselor (2013)
The Price: $14.6 million
Why it’s Worth It: This villa has everything: 9 bedrooms,  an indoor pool and jacuzi, a billiards room, a home theater and even a zen garden.  There’s even a huge garage to give your Ferarri plenty of space for…activities.


5. 1105 S. Ocean Blvd. Mansion – Delray Beach, Florida

Bad Boys 2 Mansion

The Movie: Bad Boys 2 (2003)
The Price: $16.5 million
Why it’s Worth It: Originally envisioned as a singular mega-mansion, upon purchasing it director Michael Bay decided a better use of the property would be to blow it up beyond repair.  The property has since been divided up into three separate mini-mansions.


6. Meadow Lane House – Southampton, New York

Billions Mansion

The Show: Billions
The Price: $21 million
Why it’s Worth It: While the property was sold for $21 million some years ago, the current mansion can be rented for a modest $800 bucks an hour.  In addition to the twelve bedrooms, pool and tennis court, there is also a children’s playhouse with a zip line, so you should find a way to get your money’s worth.


7. El Fureidis – Montecito, California

Scarface Mansion

The Movie: Scarface (1983)
The Price: $37.5 million
Why it’s Worth It: This huge 10-acre estate even has enough room for your pet tiger.  The downside is that the spacious entryway doesn’t provide the best cover in the event of a gunfight.


8. Hummingbird Nest Ranch – Santa Susana, California

Savages Ranch

The Movie: Savages (2012)
The Price: $49.5 million
Why it’s Worth It: The fourth mansion on this list owned by a drug kingpin, this ranch is by far the most lavishly furnished and ornately constructed.  It’s also the only one with an operational horse ranch, in case you need to make a quick getaway.


9. The Villa Sophia – Los Angeles, California

Entourage Mansion

The Movie: Entourage (2015)
The Price: $60 million
Why it’s Worth It: This is the perfect spot to get away from the hectic LA lifestyle.  The poolside massage in particular is a must-try – especially if you just barely survived a round with Ronda Rousey.


10. Klis Fortress – Klis, Croatia

Game of Thrones Fortress

The Show: Game of Thrones
The Price: Priceless
Why it’s Worth It: If you ever find yourself the leader of a slave-rebellion army with a couple fire-breathing dragons at your disposal, we highly recommend making the Klis Fortress one of your first targets for sieging and occupying.  In addition to its prime strategic position, it also has stunning views of the countryside.