The ‘Boogie Nights’ House Is on Sale, Exactly How You Remember It

Orgies not (necessarily) included

By Diane Rommel

 
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02 December 2016

Coke-fueled porn orgies probably aren't the order of the day at 19515 Cameron Avenue in Covina, California.

Allegedly.

But they're exactly what made this house famous: it subbed for the home of adult filmmaker Jack Horner (Burt Reynolds) in Boogie Nights, and while we can't say for sure, we prefer to guess that some of the magical moondust lives on. 

Now's your chance to find out, since the four-bed, six-bath, nearly 4,000-square-foot bachelor pad (if any four-bedroom house can be a bachelor pad, this is it) is currently on the market for $1.49M.

Above: the pool, which you probably remember from that totally bitchin' pool party where Floyd Gondolli told Horner that "the future is videotape."

Best of all, many of the features that made it such a perfect fit for Paul Thomas Anderson's ode to the early days of the porn industry are still intact. At first glance, with the wood ceilings, you'd be forgiven for mistaking it for the Brady Bunch house. On a second, given the general vibe — with the vaulted ceiling, circular drive and porn-tastic pool — you will definitely, definitely think of nothing but Boogie Nights. 

All this could be yours: 

We say $1.5M is, if anything, too low. 

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