This legendary athlete made his personal decision over a year ago!
And while most of Bruce Jenner's family has been
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If you want to, Jack Nicholson wants you to know that you can totally buy the lot of dirt where his house burned down in September 2011. No pressure or anything, though.
The empty lot once had a 1,300-square-foot Hollywood Hills mansion, owned by Nicholson, but rented out. If you want that piece of
history land, you can snatch it up for $595,000. It's a steal!
Mostly because there isn't a house there anymore! LOLz!
Plus, no matter how you slice it, Jack will be adding to his already overflowing piggy bank (reportedly $400+ million), because he bough the place back in 1975 for $49,000.
Might have taken 38 years, but hey — investments take time! Ha!
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