Aside from quite possibly the most epic movie makeover moment ever, Julie Andrews' general awesomeness, and the next level idea of putting M&Ms on your pizza, one of the highlights of the Disney film The Princess Diaries was the ultra-cool converted firehouse where Anne Hathaway's character, Mia, and her artist mother lived. Who didn't want to live there? And more importantly, who didn't dream of having an attic room like Mia's complete with a firepole?
Now fans of the movie can own a piece of cinema history. The 4,800-square-foot San Francisco converted firehouse used in the film is on the market for $2.6 million. According to Curbed SF, the firehouse was built in 1911 and known as Engine Company 43. In 1976 the firehouse was sold in an auction and converted into a private residence. Unfortunately, since the filmmakers only used the firehouse's exterior for the film, the interiors are completely different, but we think prospective buyers will still be charmed by the cool loft space.