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“Boogie Nights” house hits the market for $1.49M

Pool from infamous pool-party scene included

November 29, 2016 03:00PM

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The house at 19515 Cameron Avenue (via Jenny Xu) and the cast of Boogie Nights (Michael Ochs, Getty Images)

The house at 19515 Cameron Avenue (via Jenny Xu) and the cast of Boogie Nights (Michael Ochs, Getty Images)

The Covina home of pornographer Jack Horner in Thomas Anderson’s 1997 film “Boogie Nights” has been listed for $1.49 million.

Originally built in 1958, the 4,000-square foot, four-bedroom property at 19515 Cameron Avenue is a relic of 1970s design. It still has psychedelic wallpaper, wood paneling and plush carpeting.

The spacious living room with vaulted ceilings opens out onto a yard and pool. The home was an ideal shooting location for the parties of Jack Horner (Burt Reynolds) because of its copious space for entertaining. The pool party scene in the film has become legendary.

Listing agent Jenny Xu of ReMax Realty has the listing at 19515 Cameron Avenue and could not be reached for comment. [Curbed] — Gabrielle Paluch

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