Based on H.G. Wells’ 1897 novel, Blumhouse Productions’ The Invisible Man brings the story of the brilliant-but-crazed scientist into the 21st century, with leading optics developer Adrian Griffin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) using his cutting-edge cloaking technology to terrorize those around him. Key to sustaining the film’s suspense is one of its main battlegrounds, a stunning cliffside mansion set on the outskirts of San Francisco.
Although the house isn’t actually in California, it’s as luxurious in real life as it appears on screen — and it’s available for rental. Located on the South Coast of New South Wales at Dovecote, ‘The Headland,’ is a sprawling four-bedroom and four-bathroom residence with cantilevered pavilions extending over the surrounding hills. As in the film, the house features a spacious living wing complete with a ‘rumpus room’ where Griffin stored his invisibility suit. And while the prop equipment has since been replaced by the actual furnishings, the space is nothing short of extraordinary. Elsewhere, you can expect a fully outfitted kitchen, designer relaxing areas, and an ocean-facing lounge. Finished off with a private courtyard featuring a fire pit and swimming pool, it’s easy to see why it was chosen for the film. It’s available to book for $3,450 per night.
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