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'The Big Lebowski' House Listed For $2.3 Million: The Dude No Longer Resides

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Bowling balls, ransom letters, soiled rugs, and a hilarious Jeff Bridges come to mind when recalling "The Big Lebowski," Joel and Ethan Coen's 1998 comedy. Now El Duderino-loving fans (with a bank account as large as The Big Lebowski's) have a chance to pick up a piece of movie history. The Dude's beloved Venice abode has been listed for $2.295 million.

The compound includes six one-bedroom bungalows that sit on over ten thousand square feet of land. It is within walking distance of Abbot Kinney and Main street, a hotbed of art galleries, funky shops, and some of LA's hottest restaurants. In 2005, the property underwent major renovations, including a new sewer line and roofing, according to the official listing. Fortunately (and unfortunately), the units no longer look the same as in the film clip above.

Photos by Clark Dugger Photography, courtesy of the official listing with Winston Cenac and
Golda Savage
at Bulldog Realtors.

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