Monday, August 31, 2009

Noah's White House with the Blue Shutters

Have you seen the movie The Notebook? Then you probably swooned over the house that Noah fixed up for his lost love Allie like the rest of us.

The real house used in the movie was Martin's Point Plantation on Wadmalaw Island (South Carolina). It was built in 1772. In this shot of the front porch you can see the water:

If you haven't seen the movie yet, here's a tip: be sure to have a box of tissues handy. Today I posted photos of Noah's house over at Hooked on Houses. Head over there if you want to see them! (You can see links to all of my movie posts here.)

16 comments:

  1. Looks good, going to check out pics. I have not seen the movie, did hear it was a tearjerker!

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  2. Yep, saw that movie. It was a good one. Love that house!
    Brenda

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  3. Love the house!! I read the book...but haven't seen the movie! Guess i'll have to do that:)

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  4. I saw the movie, and you're right, it's a real tear jerker! I'd rather visit the house!

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  5. One of my favorite movies. I'll have to head over and check out the house.

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  6. I love this house. I have seen it somewhere before and fell in love with it.

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  7. Seen the movie and did enjoy the house, it is a beauty and that part of the story line was his wanting to renovate the wonderful old home made the movie all the more interesting for me.

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  8. Oh I loved that movie!!! I need to head on over and see more...thank you~

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  9. I loved that movie! I've seen it three times so far and I cry more every time! It's such a beautiful house and I liked reading about the history. Thanks

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  10. Loved the movie, loved noah and love the house. I would have gone with black shutters though.

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  11. I have been very emotional seeing that movie. Tissues at hand has been very helpful. Really wonderful movie there's a lot of lesson to learn from the story.

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  12. LOVE (!!!) that movie, love that house, LOVE Noah...*sigh* :o)

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  13. Guess I'll have to see the movie. I usually hate weepers but a storyline about renovating is just my cup of tea.

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  14. I cried and cried during the notebook . My big strong marine brother cried too.
    I love the house in the movie too. and your cottege. I want to live on the beach. I keep telling my son when he graduates college and becomes a success he has to buy me a house on the beach. http://alzheimersandmomblog.blogspot.com/

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  15. one of my absolutely favorite movies ever...*sigh*

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