A pulp residence
The home of Quentin Tarantino’s character Jimmie Dimmick in his 1994 Oscar-winning film “Pulp Fiction” is on the market for $1.395 million. Remember the scene when Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta crash at Jimmie’s house to clean a bloodied car? That’s the one! This 1,700-square-foot Studio City, California, residence boasts a vintage style and a sizable backyard. Here’s the perfect place to kick back, relax and enjoy a delicious, mouth-watering Big Kahuna burger.
Keeping it growing
While perhaps not as iconic as the mansions featured in “Scarface” or “The Godfather,” the Kessler mansion in Indianapolis — built by pimp-turned-construction mogul Jerry A. Hostetler — was recently on the market for $1.75 million. The 29,500-square-foot compound has 11 bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a dramatic increase from its humble beginnings. Originally built as a three-bedroom ranch home in the ’60s, the property now includes the main house, a guest house, a pool and pool house, fountains and a dolphin statue. Outside, there’s a grilling area.