Live in a Classic Home in an Iconic Hitchcock Town

The 1963 Alfred Hitchcock film The Birds was filmed in the tiny town of Bodega, California. The house at 17085-17024 Bodega Lane is on the market now, just a stone's throw from Potter School House, where Tippi Hedren led a group of schoolchildren fleeing from the attacking birds. Immediately to the left is St. Teresa of Avila Church, featured in Ansel Adams photography as well as in the Hitchcock film.

Besides the historic location, the house has its own charms. It is an Italianate design built in 1880, with three bedrooms and two baths with lots of light, plus a detached studio, in California's wine country not far from the Pacific. The lot size is more than an acre, and the price is $1.1 million. If there's one person in your family who'd kill for a chance to live in a Hitchcock setting, the rest of the family will also find something to love about this home. Get more details at the Sotheby's listing. -via Nag on the Lake ā€‹

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