Twilight Home

The house Bella Swan shared with her father, Charlie, in the 'Twilight' movie series is up for sale.

While the movie was set in Forks, Washington, the house is actually located in St. Helens, Oregon, which sits on the Columbia River. Built in 1935, the house has 4 bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths, sits on .27 acres of land and could be yours for $349, 900. The sale of the house is being handled by Andrew Ferranti of Cascade Sotheby's International Realty and can be found on realtor.com.

The current owners told USA Today that it was kind of surreal watching the 'Twilight' movies and seeing their home so prominently featured. They talked about how cool it was to see movie stars cooking in their kitchen and to know what was inside the cupboards.

And I think it would be cool to live there. I mean, every time I walked into that green bedroom, I'd see Bella sitting there, staring out the window after Edward left. The kitchen would make me think of Charlie cleaning his gun when the vampire came by to visit. And, of course, the yard would bring up images of Charlie's reaction when Jacob turned into a Werewolf. Yes, I own the whole series and have watched them over and over again.

I guess the only downside to this sale, for me, would be that Charlie wouldn't be part of the sale. (yup, I thought he was cuter than the vampire or the wolf)