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Jack Nicholson: 'Wanna Buy The Lot Where My House Burned Down?'

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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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6 comments to “Jack Nicholson: 'Wanna Buy The Lot Where My House Burned Down?'”



  1. 1

    I just have to say it - 1,300 SQUARE FEET IS NOT A HOLLYWOOD HILLS MANSION WTF???!!! dumbass



  2. 2

    my parents house is was 1250 ft lolllll (div)

    yes its big

  3. Bevi says – reply to this


    3

    I haven't checked into real estate in the Hollywood Hills, and I might be wrong, but what he's asking doesn't seem like too high a price for a prime Hollywood Hills lot. It was cheap in 1975, but everything was back then. And just because he is a rich movie star doesn't mean he should give the place away. Geez.

  4. easyweblinx.com says – reply to this


    4

    still a good location……………

    easynewslinx.com

  5. daniel says – reply to this


    5

    1300 square feet is like a 2 bedroom apartment in nyc.

  6. dNYCE says – reply to this


    6

    a mansion is like 5000 sq feet and up. 1300 sq feet is like a cozy (read: small) two bedroom home. even so..the land is the most expensive piece of real estate (check your insurance policy) so that "mansion" you're talking about is pry worth like 300K, before it burned down obviously. sensationalizing much?