Do you remember the all-white kitchen with the peach tiled floor that belonged to Quentin Tarantino’s character, Jimmie in the cult classic Pulp Fiction? Yes? Then, what about owning it?
Some 14 years after it featured prominently in the movie, the three-bedroom, two-bath house, situated on over 6,000-square-foot lot in Studio City, is now on the market for as little as $1.395 million.
The one-story, classic residence has retained much of its 1990s’ charm that served as the backdrop for some chilling film scenes. It was the refuge where John Travolta’s Vincent and Samuel L. Jackson’s Jules fled to after accidentally shooting a man in the face. Still donning their blood-soaked suits, Vincent and Jules sipped coffee in Jimmie’s kitchen while Harvey Keitel’s Mr. Wolf devised a plan to get rid of the body.
This iconic moment from Pulp Fiction might sneak into your mind as you drink your morning Joe on the breakfast bar. Yet, there are many spaces that got little on-camera time. The spacious, light-filled living-and-dining area is among them. So is the minimalist master bedroom, which comes with a window seat and plenty of custom wall storage.
The backyard features a covered brick patio and a detached garage, where you can heed Mr. Wolf’s advice and clandestinely strip your ride of any crime-implicating impurities.
According to its listing with The Agency, 4145 Kraft Avenue rests in the award-winning Carpenter Charter School District, close to some of the major Hollywood studios as well as to Tujunga Village shops and eateries.