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Howard Hughes House: The House That Howard Hughes Crashed Airplane Into For Sale

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Howard Hughes' crash pad is for sale in Beverly Hills for $6.995 million. No, this isn't the house that Hughes lived in, but literally the home he crashed his XF-11 airplane into in 1946, reports Curbed LA. It was the maiden flight.

The Wallace Neff designed Spanish estate was built in 1926 and boasts four bedrooms with five bathrooms. The 6,346 square-foot property grounds highlight a pool, patio and backyard -- which can also be seen from one of the home's many balconies.

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