The home belonged to Quentin Tarantino’s character, Jimmie, in the famous film.
A part of Hollywood history is now up for sale. The Los Angeles home where Quentin Tarantinofilmed one of the most memorable scenes in Pulp Fiction, the cult movie he wrote and directed, is officially on the market for $1,395,000. The three-bed, two-bath house is 1,702 square feet and sits on a lot that runs an expansive 6,880 square feet. Built in 1936, the traditional-style home is modest on the outside, with painted wood paneling and an understated driveway that runs along one side of the home. The kitchen, which featured prominently in the film, appears to have many of the same features as it did back when the 1994 cult classic was filmed: scallop-edged stove hood, all-white cabinets and light peach tiled floors. The rest of the home includes hardwood floors, with built-ins and details like retro-style bathroom sinks still intact.
In Pulp Fiction, the residence belonged to Tarantino’s character Jimmie, and was the spot John Travolta’s character, Vincent, and Samuel L. Jackson’s character, Jules, fled to after Vincent accidentally shot someone in the face. Jimmie, who was irked that Vincent and Jules would bring a dead body to the house when his wife was due home any minute, called upon their boss’s “fixer,” played by Harvey Keitel. Both Vincent and Jules then stripped down and cleaned up; the scene ended with the contract killers standing in Jimmie’s backyard.