Attention Pulp Fiction Movie Fans: Buy This House and Own a Piece of Movie History!
Now’s Your Chance to Own a Piece of Movie History and Buy Jimmy’s Home in Pulp Fiction!
Ready to own an iconic Tarantino film location? The main home used for filming in Pulp Fiction is on the market! As the location for crucial scenes in the film — we all remember nervously watching Jules and Vincent trying to wash the blood off of their hands in the home’s bathroom after the duo accidentally committed a murder — this home is most certainly considered a coveted piece of movie history.
Have a Penchant for Film and Ranch Style Homes? This Spot is a Dream Come True
As you approach 4145 Kraft Ave, you probably won’t see Quentin Tarantino standing on the front lawn, but you’ll instantly recognize the white ranch-style home as Jimmy’s home from Pulp Fiction.
From the front, you’ll see a classic neighborhood home, ideally situated on the preferred side of the street. On a standard LA row, this home seems to be another charming ranch home on one of the best blocks in the award-winning Carpenter Charter School District, located just moments from major studios and the famed Tujunga Village shops and restaurants.
But as you make your way around the home, you’ll realize that all is not as it seems — this home really is a hot bed of crime! Err, well, it was in the film world anyway, as the home’s backyard is where “The Wolf” in Pulp Fiction blasts two hit men with a garden hose.
Discover What It’s Like to Live in a Tarantino Drama Setting
As you enter the home’s living room, bask in the bright, airy central living space. White wainscoting, ample natural light, and a neutral color palette work together to create a soft and welcoming space. With original wood floors and a custom fireplace, this home is a mid-century modern designer’s dream home. But wait, there’s more.
Once you enter the kitchen, the home’s charm and quirks come to life. In the kitchen, the chintzy range hood from Pulp Fiction still stands at the center of the space. It’s a Tarantino relic, so how could the owner’s part with it? Also found in the kitchen: patterned linoleum and built-ins that pay tribute to the home’s 1930s roots.
Things return to normalcy as you wander throughout the rest of the home, as the three bedrooms are all bright and airy, offering blank canvases for you to add your personal style to each space.
Just when you start to think this is an average 3 bedroom, 2 bath home (all cult movie history aside), you’ll be delighted to learn that the property includes an additional 2,000 plus square feet of living/work space in a garage and a patio area.
If you buy a Tarantino-affiliated home, you should probably be prepared for the slew of family members that will come out of the woodwork to see your movie-rich home. Thankfully, this home is well equipped for outdoor entertainment.
Own a Piece of Movie History Today!
Are you ready to live in a Tarantino movie set full time? Priced at $1,395,000, this Los Angeles home is priced to sell. If you’re interested, act quickly!