Middleton's childhood home in the village of Bradfield Southend, southeast England, is up for sale. The price tag? Nearly 500,000 pounds, or about $800,000, for the four-bedroom Victorian villa covered in red bricks.
The house, called West View, is set to be auctioned off June 3 by real estate agent Dudley Singleton, who told AOL News that the home is "modest" and perfect for a small family.
And, given the frenzied demand for any and all royal wedding/Middleton memorabilia, it's probably a very good time to sell.
Singleton told The Telegraph that he expects the house to sell for the asking price, or perhaps a little more thanks to the property's royal roots.
"It's always possible that someone will buy it as an investment, because if Kate becomes queen someone might even want to open it as a museum one day and charge people to see it," he added.
Either way, this could be considered one of the cooler royal keepsakes, especially if you're in the market for a house.
Now, if southeast England isn't your dream location, there are plenty of other famous houses for rent or sale around the U.S. With summer around the corner, it's the prime time to start scoping out a luxury vacation rental with an illustrious history.
Famous digs available include ...
The "Jersey Shore" house in Seaside Heights, N.J.: The summer shore house made famous by Snooki, Pauly D and The Situation on MTV's "Jersey Shore" is up for rent. Mike Loundy, the Seaside Realty broker who handles the house, told AOL News that it's available right now for $2,500 per night, though he's willing to scale down the price if renters decide to stay multiple nights.
"You can sleep in the same bed Snooki slept in and eat on the same dining room table the cast used during their weekly Sunday dinners. Even the famous duck phone is there, ready to be used," Loundy said.
He said the only thing missing is the hot-tub deck, which is actually a set that's removed every time MTV wraps filming for the summer.
Loundy said he's already booked the famous house for 20 nights this spring, but there's plenty of occupancy remaining.
"It's definitely available. A lot of people are renting it for parties. We have two 40th birthday parties coming up there. It's the ultimate experience for 'Jersey Shore' fans who want to feel like they're part of the show."
Oh, and for the record -- and peace of mind -- Loundy said the "Jersey Shore" house is "professionally cleaned" after every season. That means the infamous clogged bathroom and "smush room" have been thoroughly sanitized.
"The Real World: Key West" house in Key West, Fla.: The oceanfront house occupied by "seven strangers" on MTV's "The Real World: Key West" back in 2005 is available for rent directly from the owner.
Andrew Lippi, who lived in the house when MTV requested it for the show, told AOL News that the luxury home is now available as a vacation rental, going for about $30,000 per month. Of course, if you'd rather buy it, Lippi said he'll sell for $7.9 million.
So what do you get for that hefty price tag? Well, a lot.
"It's 95 percent the same way it was when it appeared on TV. The same decor, colors and concepts are still there. It's a hip joint in a really great location close to shopping, restaurants and clubs," he said.
House from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" in Highland Park, Ill.: The house where Alan Ruck's character, Cameron Frye, crashed his dad's Ferrari in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" has been on the market since late 2008.
Coldwell Banker agent Meladee Hughes -- no relation to late "Ferris Bueller" director John Hughes -- told AOL News that the asking price for the home is set at $1.65 million, reduced from the original $2.3 million.
Hughes said the "Rose House," named after late owners Ben and Frances Rose, comes with original furniture and movie memorabilia and would best be appreciated by someone who enjoys interesting architecture. As you might recall from the '80s flick, the house is built on raised pylons in the middle of a woodsy ravine and features a glass pavilion -- the very spot of the iconic flying car crash.
Hughes said the pavilion contains a kitchen and could be used as a guest house, while the main house boasts two huge master bedrooms.
She said the house was ready to be sold last fall but suffered severe storm damage that has caused an ongoing battle with an insurance company. Hughes said the property is being restored, which gives her hope for a sale in the near future.
"It's a truly beautiful house. It would make a nice country home or summer getaway."
"American Idol" mansion in Beverly Hills, Calif.: Last month, the Top 13 cast of "American Idol" moved into a megamansion on Mulholland Drive valued at $12 million, or roughly $100,000 per month to rent.
According to TMZ, contestants fled the mansion after just a few weeks because of a spider infestation and leaky roof. Either that, or the house is haunted -- at least according to rumors floating around online that insist contestants experienced "flickering lights" and other paranormal activity inside the home.
Rumors aside, the house is still being actively listed by Lynne Duquette of Prudential California Realty. She told AOL News that the nine-bedroom Tuscan estate boasts a whopping 10 acres of land, making the property truly "magnificent."
So, if you're not afraid of a supposed haunting and have some serious money to burn, this might be a good place to shack up for a while.
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