A Pasadena colonial style home used in the filming of Steve Martinâ€™s â€œFather of the Brideâ€ in 1991 ranked number two on a list of the â€œTop Ten Movie Mansions,â€ according to a list compiled by Homes.com that was released today.
Built in 1925, the five-bedroom, four bath home was also used in the 1995 sequel â€œFather of the Bride IIâ€ in 1995 and in 2005 â€œGuess Whoâ€™s Coming to Dinner,â€ starring the late Bernie Mac.
The house has a spacious backyard, according to Homes.com, complete with an arbor that was built specifically for â€œFather of the Brideâ€™sâ€ wedding scene, which was also used in the â€œGuess Whoâ€™s Coming to Dinnerâ€ vow renewal scene.
The number one ranked home as the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C., used for the 1994 family film, â€œRichie Rich,â€ starring Macauley Culkin as the richest boy in the world.
Touted as the worldâ€™s largest home, the Biltmore Estate has 250 rooms. It was built by George Vanderbilt in 1895 and is still family-owned. It is open to the public for tours year-round and is especially known for its Christmas dÃ©cor.
A Santa Barbara mansion used in Al Pacinoâ€™s 1989 film, â€œScarfaceâ€ was ranked number six on Homes.comâ€™s list. Built in Built in 1906, the almost 10,000 square foot, Roman-style mansion, features dramatic landscaping with a pool and fountains both inside and outside.
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