Images: Real-life "Up" House

 
Updated 12/2/2011 4:50 PM
This July 6, 2011 file photo shows a full scale rendition of the house in the animated movie "Up" lin Herriman, Utah. This highly detailed recreation of the house from the Academy Award-winning movie "Up" has become a curious visitor attraction in this suburban development south of Salt Lake City. It's now been sold by the builder to a couple who loved the movie as much as he did.
This July 6, 2011 file photo shows a full scale rendition of the house in the animated movie "Up" lin Herriman, Utah. This highly detailed recreation of the house from the Academy Award-winning movie "Up" has become a curious visitor attraction in this suburban development south of Salt Lake City. It's now been sold by the builder to a couple who loved the movie as much as he did.
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This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows Artwork along the stairway inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows Artwork along the stairway inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
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This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows details in the front room inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows details in the front room inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
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Artist Melissa Chipman paints a mural featured in the film on the nursery wall on July 6, 2011 at the "Up" house in Herriman, Utah, The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
Artist Melissa Chipman paints a mural featured in the film on the nursery wall on July 6, 2011 at the "Up" house in Herriman, Utah, The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
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This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows details inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows details inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
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In this Oct. 13, 2011 photo, the front doorbell at the Up House, modeled after the home from the Pixar film Up, in Herriman, Utah, is shown. The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
In this Oct. 13, 2011 photo, the front doorbell at the Up House, modeled after the home from the Pixar film Up, in Herriman, Utah, is shown. The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
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In this July 6, 2011 photo, a full scale rendition of the house in the animated movie, "Up," located a in Herriman, Utah, will be part of this year's Parade of Homes. The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
In this July 6, 2011 photo, a full scale rendition of the house in the animated movie, "Up," located a in Herriman, Utah, will be part of this year's Parade of Homes. The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
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This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows the master bedroom inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows the master bedroom inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
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This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows a room inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows a room inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
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In this July 6, 2011 photo, a full scale rendition of the house in the animated movie, "Up," located a in Herriman, Utah, will be part of this year's Parade of Homes. The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
In this July 6, 2011 photo, a full scale rendition of the house in the animated movie, "Up," located a in Herriman, Utah, will be part of this year's Parade of Homes. The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
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In this July 6, 2011 photo, a full scale rendition of the house in the animated movie, "Up," located a in Herriman, Utah, will be part of this year's Parade of Homes. The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
In this July 6, 2011 photo, a full scale rendition of the house in the animated movie, "Up," located a in Herriman, Utah, will be part of this year's Parade of Homes. The house has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home in Herriman, Utah, for $400,000. The Hamblins say they were searching for a home in California that was similar to the colorful cottage seen in the movie when they heard about the Disney-approved "Up" house in Utah.
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This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows a boy's bedroom inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
This Oct. 13, 2011, photo shows a boy's bedroom inside a house modeled after the home from the Pixar animated film "Up,"in Herriman, Utah. The home has been sold to a family who are self-described Disney and Pixar fanatics. Clinton and Lynette Hamblin of Petaluma, Calif., are buying the home for $400,000.
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