Sitting on a 150-acre site on the Australian coast, the Headland House is like something straight out of the movies. So much so, it was even featured in the film The Invisible Man. The incredible seaside home was the residence of Adrian Griffin and where the mad scientist spent much of his time terrorizing Elisabeth Moss. Film buff or not, the modern retreat is the ideal place to escape from reality. Its four-bedroom, four-bathroom interior mixes luxe furnishing with rugged views of the pastoral setting. A central courtyard offers a mineral pool and fire pit sheltered from the harsh winds while private access to Werri Beach is just a short walk away.