It's time to party like it's 2008!
The charming home that belonged to Kristen Stewart's Twilight character, Bella Swan, is now being rented out as an Airbnb!
While Twilight mania subsided after the fifth movie released in 2012, a new generation of fans have discovered the flicks since they recently debuted on Netflix.
The resurgence has promoted an increase in rentals of the home, which is located in St. Helens, Oregon, about 30 miles north of Portland — though the fictional story took place in the cloudy town of Forks, Washington.
Due to overwhelming demand, you need to book your stay one year in advance, and prices start at $350 per night, though there's a two-night stay minimum mandate.
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The five-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom abode was built in 1935 and is situated on a quiet, tree-adorned cul-de-sac.
The spot has a 4.88 out of 5 rating on Airbnb after 244 reviews.
"The attention to book & movie detail is incredible," one guest wrote. "It felt as if the hosts really thought of everything, even the strawberry shampoo. I can’t wait to come back!"
Another gushed over the "personal touches" which included, "original clothing, items and decor from the movie."
There she is! The homeowners bought cardboard cutouts of the characters and placed them around the house.
A special piece of memorabilia can be found in one of the bedrooms: a replica dreamcatcher that was created by the artist who made one that hung above Bella’s bed in the second movie, New Moon.
Sweet dreams! Taylor Lautner's werewolf character, Jacob Black, lurks in the corner in one of the bedrooms, which features a quilt blanket and multiple windows.
The listing states that the home can accommodate up to eight sleepers.
The old-fashioned dining room table is the same one where Bella's dad, Charlie (Billy Burke), ate his meals.
The green kitchen is fully stocked, so you don't have to bring your own silverware, pots or plates. There's also a dishwasher, microwave and a coffee maker.
According to the homeowners, Twilight’s location manager chose the home because "it hadn’t had all of its character remodeled out of it."
The listing reveals that the property is located within walking distance from the city's historic riverfront.
After the first movie, filming moved to Vancouver, but the set design team was able to replicate every detail of the home's exterior.
The yard is in great shape, though it isn't gated, and parents of young kids should note that there's a "steep gully" at the back.
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