Spend the night in Bella Swan’s ‘Twilight’ home
How much would you pay to live like Bella Swan?
The owners of the real-life house used as the heroine’s home in all five Twilight films are hoping fans will sink their teeth into the house used in all five Twilight films for $US330-$US550 a night.
The charming four-bedroom home, which sleeps up to 10 people a night, is now furnished and available for fans to rent by the night.
Both the interior and exterior – which captured many a dramatic moment in the Edward-Bella-Jacob love triangle extravaganza – remain largely unchanged from the time of filming.
Eagle eyed fans will notice the framed photos of Edward and Bella in several rooms as well as a life-sized cardboard cutout of Jacob in one of the spare rooms.
The property, which is owned by Charlie Swan in the films and located just a short drive from Portland, last sold for $US363,000 in September 2018.
The two-storey house was built in 1935 and is on a leafy 1092sqm block.
It features four bedrooms and one bathroom with hardwood floors throughout. There’s also original leaded glass china cabinets in the dining room.
Although Twilight is set in the town of Forks, Washington, this home’s location in St Helens, Oregon had a leafier look for filming.
A location scout found the much more opulent Cullen house not far away, in Portland.