Twilight fans, now's your chance to put a stake in it. And by stake, we mean purchase a piece of film history.
That's because Bella Swan's iconic house as seen in Summit Entertainment's famed trilogy of movies adapted from Stephanie Meyers' fantasy series is officially on the market — that is, if you can meet the hefty asking price of $349,900.
According to the property listing posted by Cascade Sotheby's International Reality, the charming white two-story abode located in St. Helens, Oregon was built in 1935.
The single family residence, owned by Dean Koenig who bought it back in 2002, features 2,506 square feet, four bedrooms and two baths, hardwood floors, leaded glass dining room china cabinets, a vintage brick fireplace, outdoor patio, and lots of surrounding green space.
(Photos courtesy of Cascade Sotheby's International Realty)
And whether your Team Edward or Jacob, you'll be able to relive your favorite Twilight memories given that the home's current owner retained some of the decor touches the films' set designers added to the interior — like the pastel paint job creating the green kitchen, yellow hallways, and the blue living and dining room area that Kristen Stewart's Bella had many a scene in.
"I’ve kept the house as it was from the movie," the owner told Cascade Sotheby Realty's blog, adding that the production designer "loved the fact that the house had its original windows and doors and that it hadn't had all of its character remodeled out of it."
Do we hear a Twilight museum in the making similar to the A Christmas Story house in Cleveland, Ohio?
Whatever its fate, while the books took place in Forks, Washington, small-town Oregon for years has served as the backdrop to a bevy of classic movies — everything from The Shining and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest to Short Circuit, The Goonies, and Kindergarten Cop.