Jeff Bridges in "The Big Lebowski."
If you're looking to align yourself a little more closely with a certain Jeff Bridges movie, good news: the bungalow used in "The Big Lebowski" is on the market. "It's a gorgeous little compound," realtor Winston Cenac told LA Weekly. "Some of the tenants are decorators, so on the inside, the units just look primo."
They might be primo, but the lot of one-bedroom units in the compound is expensive. The price tag is currently $2.3 million for the Venice, Calif., property.
"In the movie the whole compound is very rundown. The people who bought it upgraded it," Cenac said.
We'll assume they replaced that rug while they were at it -- even if it did tie the room together.