Did you see the movie or read the book Eat Pray Love? This is the Julia Roberts house seen in the early part of the film before she left the country to find herself.
Listing details call it a rare Cobble Hill Carriage House that used to be a 1840s Firehouse. At first glance you can’t help to agree the Eat Pray Love movie house is charming.
After staring in the film, the house was converted to a two-unit home. Real Estate details suggest with just a few minor adjustments it can be a “grand home with 4 to 6 bedrooms.
Like I’ve mentioned before, famous movie location houses go for a pretty penny. On the market now for $6,995,000 with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and a whopping 5,800 square feet.
Brooklyn readers can scope out the location at 172 Pacific St. Eat Pray Love is not the only movie filmed at this house I am reading.
This is my favorite room! Love the huge fireplace, wide open space and wood beam ceiling. I did not think by the exterior that it would look like this on the inside.
Loving this kitchen with that arched door. I notice an arch over the stove too. This keeps on getting better and better. No wonder they scouted it out to star in the Eat Pray Love movie.
I’m normally not a big fan of open stairs like this, but not in this case. Plenty of room for this giant-sized dining room table. Look at that wall with open shelving and upper and lower cabinets.
Double height ceilings add to the grandeur.
Something about interior brick walls melts my heart every time. Dreaming of waking up in the morning gazing at these doors and windows that lead to the greenhouse and terrace. Living the life!
Looks like extra-wide plank floors.
I really like this Brooklyn Carriage house that was a feature in the Eat Pray Love movie. Which room is your favorite?
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See more movie houses on HK to see like:
Famous Sleepless in Seattle Houseboat
The Real Life As We Know It House
Groundhog Day Movie House
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