But based on the bungalow’s description from Bulldog Realtors, the buyer shouldn’t expect to find the same gritty interior featured in the Coen Brothers’s cult classic. “Some of the tenants are decorators, so on the inside, the units just look primo,” real estate agent Winston Cenac told LA Weekly.
Sadly, most Little Lebowski Urban Achievers won’t be able to afford this piece of cinema history. The one-bedroom cottage, along with five others on the 10,000-square-foot lot, has an asking price of $2.295 million.
But if you’re in California today (and are a serious buyer), you can stop by the open house that Jeff Bridges, the Dude himself, has been invited to.