The Mansion from a Nicholas Sparks’ ‘Nights in Rodanthe’ Is up for Grabs!

A random saying out there states: If you’re lucky enough to be at the beach, you’re lucky enough. This could be applied to almost everything, but it doesn’t make it less true. The only thing I love more than the beach is a beautiful summer beach story. And who does that better than Nicholas Sparks?    Image Via Amazon   One of his best-selling novels and adaptations was the heartstring-tugging Nights in Rodanthe. The 2002 story surrounds two divorced parents who find love in an unexpected place, and was so great that it called for a 2008 film adaptation. Now, the house …

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A random saying out there states: If you’re lucky enough to be at the beach, you’re lucky enough. This could be applied to almost everything, but it doesn’t make it less true. The only thing I love more than the beach is a beautiful summer beach story. And who does that better than Nicholas Sparks?

 

'Nights in Rodanthe'

 Image Via Amazon

 
One of his best-selling novels and adaptations was the heartstring-tugging Nights in Rodanthe. The 2002 story surrounds two divorced parents who find love in an unexpected place, and was so great that it called for a 2008 film adaptation. Now, the house that held all those beautiful misty shore scenes is up for grabs!

 

Beach house

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Nicholas Sparks

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According to Fox46, the six-bedroom home became one of the most famous houses on the Outer Banks in North Carolina. Known as the “Inn at Rodanthe,” where stars Richard Gere and Diane Lane brought the film to life, this beach house looks like a fairytale. It was just put on the market and that fairytale costs about $1.25 million. 
 
 
The weekly rentals have been booked up full each year now, so if you’re a hopeless romantic with money, now is your chance.

 

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