Here's Where You Can Visit The House From The Notebook

"The Notebook" is the ultimate 1940s love story based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, following two lovable characters from vastly different backgrounds. The movie centers around lovers Allie and Noah, played by Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams, on a decades-long journey of the highs and lows of lifelong love.

We couldn't help but obsess over the characters and the iconic home that became symbolic of their love throughout the movie. We think part of the appeal was that Ryan Gosling's character renovated the dilapidated 1772 mansion just the way Rachel McAdams' character wanted. It also may have been the fact that he wrote her love letters every day for a year (swoon!) According to House Beautiful, the mansion really exists, and producers put a lot of work into its transformation throughout the film. Keep scrolling to see the actual location and property behind one of the most iconic romance movies.

See the location where 1940s romance flourished

The Notebook was set in Seabrook, South Carolina; however, the filming took place in Charleston, South Carolina. The city is known for its Southern charm with antebellum homes and a colorful downtown full of history.

According to House Beautiful, the set for Noah's iconic home is located at 204 Martins Point Road on Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina. The massive 4,255-square-foot mansion boasts five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, so there's plenty of room to host friends and family. We love everything about it, especially the expansive wrap-around porch and gorgeous columns. The best part is that the house sits in a 900-acre private community with incredible water views, making it the perfect spot to do some painting like Allie as you take in the scenery. According to Domino, living in this home would run you an estimated $12,000 a month! However, Southern Living reports that the historic house is off the market and has been occupied since before filming began.