Jack Horner’s House From Boogie Nights Is Up For Sale

Now you can own the home of fictional pornographer Jack Horner. Finally.

Jack Horner's house from Boogie Nights
Jack Horner's house Dirk Diggler Image New Line Cinema

Boogie Nights ranks among the very best films of the 1990s so fans of Dirk Diggler and the gang will surely be delighted to hear one of the key settings from Paul Thomas Anderson’s porn drama is now up for sale.

The story of Diggler (Mark Wahlberg) and his descent into the seedy underbelly of the adult entertainment world in the 1970s, the film boasts a great cast, killer soundtrack and some incredible authentic sets.

Arguably the most memorable of these is the luxurious house of Burt Reynolds’ Jack Horner, the pornographer who seduces Diggler with promises of drugs, money and all the women he could ever want.

The Boogie Nights house.

A key component of Boogie Nights, Horner’s home is the setting for many a pool party as well as a few violent encounters and even a drug overdose or two.

Now, almost 20 years on from the release of the movie, fans can get their hands on a piece of porn-inspired cinematic history – though it won’t come cheap.

The Boogie Nights house.

First contructed back in 1958, the 4,000 square-foot property, dubbed the Covina in California features all the familiar fixtures and fittings: that striking stone fireplace, that retro wood paneling, plush carpet and the famous pool.

Groovy wallpaper also comes as standard across the property, which also boasts four bedrooms as well as six baths and is about as ‘70s as you are likely to get.

The only slight snag is the price, with the listing on the RE/MAX website indicating that this purchase could set you back a cool $1.49 million.

loaded doesn’t know how many pornos you would need to star in to save up that much money, but it is safe to assume it would be a lot.

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