PAWHUSKA, Okla. - On this day, even a thick fog can't shroud its beauty.
It's a regal southern home in the rolling hills of northern Osage County.
"We'd rollerskate on the outside porches in the summertime and in the winter we'd go up in the attic and rollerskate," said Bob Boulanger, who grew up in the house.
Little did he know that years later another more famous family would move in -- the Weston family, from the film August: Osage County.
The troubled, fictitious family called the house home in the fall of 2012 during filming of the major Hollywood movie.
"Didn't even have a clue that they would pick this house for a movie," said Bob.
For Bob it's not a movie set, it's home.
Bob lived in the house from the time he was a baby in the late 1940s until the early 1980s.
"This was my parent's room here," said Bob, pointing at an upstairs bedroom.
In the movie it's Meryl Streep's bedroom.
The movie's producers made very few changes to the house. But one of the big changes they did make was adding an extravagant mural to the wall of the dining room, which serves as the setting for one of the movie's most pivotal scenes.
With 80 percent of the movie shot in the house nearly all of it is featured.
Bob can't wait to see his house on the big screen.
"It will be interesting. It really will," said Bob.
Bob's uncle built the home in the early 1900s using a kit he bought from the Sears-Roebuck catalog.
The big change he made? Adding a wraparound porch.
"Everybody would sit around on the porches and drink iced tea," said Bob.
The movie studio bought the house from another owner for filming and is now selling it.
It will be a new chapter for the gorgeous house in the middle of nowhere that's about to be seen everywhere.