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Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Pulp Fiction’ House Is On Sale For $1.4 Million, Vincent Vega Not Included

It's the ultimate gift for any "Pulp Fiction" fan.

Pulp FictionCredit: Miramax Films

“Pulp Fiction”

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Have you ever wanted to own a piece of Quentin Tarantino movie history? Well now you have a chance to actually live in one. The house owned by Tarantino’s disgruntled character Jimmie in “Pulp Fiction” is now on the market for $1.395 million (via The Agency). The property is located in Los Angeles’ Studio City and is a three bedroom, two bathroom single family home.

The property is famous for being the house where John Travolta’s Vincent Vega and Samuel L. Jackson’s Jules Winnfield go after killing Phil LaMarr’s Marvin in their car. House owner Jimmie is of little help to the two hit men, who famously drink coffee with their blood-soaked suits still on, but luckily Harvey Keitel’s Mr. Wolf is there to come up with a plan. None of the characters are included in the purchase.

The official listing reads: “Amazing development opportunity with plans and permits fully approved and paid for. Shovel ready to begin construction on an approximately 4,200-square-foot residence (including garage and patio). Located in the desirable Los Angeles location known as Colfax Meadows, this unique property served as the house for the character ‘Jimmy’ in the classic film Pulp Fiction. Ideally situated on the preferred side of the street, on one of the best blocks in the award-winning Carpenter Charter School District, and just moments from major studios and the famed Tujunga Village shops and restaurants.”

If you’re in the Studio City area this weekend, The Agency is holding open houses for the property on March 16 and March 18. Click here for more details.

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