There's something in "Breaking Dawn" even more beautiful than the Cullen clan: Edward & Bella's honeymoon destination, Isle Esme.
The filmmakers picked the perfect spot to double as the private island getaway -- a 11,000 square foot home on the coast south of Rio de Janeiro.
The film's production designer, Richard Sherman, tells Architechrual Digest "It took us four weeks to finally find the Bernardes + Jacobsen house, which had a tropical modern interior and was located near Paraty on the coast that we liked."
While some of the scenes from the film were actually shot on a soundstage (including the highly-anticipated bedroom scenes), Sherman says "It was a seamless set -- you couldn't tell the difference between the house and our stages."
It's a gorgeous home -- and one you can actually rent ... but it'll cost you.