The Hoke house at night, viewed all lit up, is a more than impressive sight - and it's easy to see why movie scouts were dazzled.
The nice thing about the Hoke house - which is actually home to a real family with little boys - is that it is totally livable. I love the shelving and the enormous sofa.
The windows in the Hoke house are amazing - perfect for the moody, woodsy view.
During the daytime, it's clear that the house's combination of gray stone and rich, reddish wood is perfect for the land around it. It hits just the right balance between standing out and complementing its environment.
The house's enormous windows are as amazing from the outside as from inside.
Seen from below, the angles of the house are even cooler.
Formal areas of the house - like this perfectly staged sitting area - look comfortable. Striking that balance between comfortable for a family and high design is difficult to achieve - but they got it right.
This house, rumored to be where Sam" lives in New Moon, is exactly right for the character - not over-the-top, and very homey.
Inspired by Isle Esme in Breaking Dawn, Twilight blogger mochatini found this photo the perfect combination simplicity and gorgeous surroundings. I'm particuarly fond of the little canopy - I'd love to see that on a beach anywhere.