A builder in Utah has built the ultimate monument to Disney/Pixar’s Up–an exact replica of the house from the movie.
While it won’t fly like in the movie, Bali Bangerter and his US firm Bangerter Homes have built a real-life four-bedroom version of main character Carl Fredrickson’s house.
“I saw the movie and instantly wanted to create it, my team and I knew it would be possible so we got right to planning,” Bangerter told Fox News recently. “I’m hoping someone with imagination will see the potential in this house. It’s a very special house for a special family.
“If you have seen it in the movie, you’ll see it in real life in the home,” he added.
The house was built as part of the 65th Annual Salt Lake Parade of Homes, where it will be on view from July 29 to August 14 at an asking price of $400,000.