Hit horror film The Invisible Man has so far weathered a dismal box office season, having made back its budget 14 times over.
That’s no doubt thanks to its eerily beautiful setting; a windswept, cliff-top luxury home.
And if you’re based just south of Sydney, the home may also be familiar. While the movie is set in San Francisco, that stunning home is in fact located in NSW holiday hotspot, Gerringong.
The award-winning $5 million Dovecote at The Headland property is around two hours south of the Sydney CBD – and you could stay there.
The “luxury ocean-front farm stay” boasts an enclosed courtyard, heated swimming pool and panoramic vistas and sleeps eight people.
For $2,750 a night, holiday-makers can access the four-bedroom home.
“With four bedrooms and four bathrooms, including two ensuite, full kitchen, huge dining table and an expansive living wing with separate rumpus room, there’s plenty of room to gather with your family and friends, or the option to retreat to your own private space,” the advertisement reads.
The home also has four and a half bathrooms, a gyrofocus fireplace and ducted heating and air conditioning.
But if you want the full experience, you’ll need to stay at a few different places: the Dovecote property was used only for exterior shots, with different properties used to shoot interior scenes.
"They actually shot at a number of different locations, and they used their fantastic cinematography skills to blend all of those properties into one,” Dovecote property and business manager Kathryn Durham told The Mercury.
"What attracted them about The Headland was the architecture."
Durham said she’s since seen a considerable spike in bookings since the film’s release.
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