Charlie Chaplin was a comedic genius, and an astute businessman. He founded United Artists with Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and D.W. Griffiths.
Wouldn’t it be a treat to stay in the house that he once lived in? It would be great inspiration, and who knows, maybe it’s a good place to work. We were surprised by how small it looks to be, but Venice Beach is filled with these smaller, charming homes.
If the weather’s nice year round, and you can be at the beach morning, noon, and night, you probably don’t need such a big house anyway.
It looks like some spots are open for any of you heading to California this summer. If you’re interested, click here to see the property (no, we’re not getting paid for this, we just think it’s cool).
This is one of our favourite Chaplin scenes from The Gold Rush (1925):