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Bywater shotgun made with Hollywood South mementos asks $468K

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"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" brought the owners together

Aaron Hayes and Bridget Kelly, the owners of the shotgun at 738 France St. in Bywater, met in New Orleans while Hayes, a film art director from L.A., was in town working on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. The home they renovated together contains many left-overs from Louisiana films, and now it’s on the market.

The adorable 1030 square-foot shotgun, which is attached to a 615 square-foot apartment, has 12-foot ceilings, antique heart of pine floors, and quartz countertops in the kitchen.

Out back, there’s a garden with trees from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. The shed was made from wood salvaged from Battleship.

Inside the attached apartment, there’s an aluminum counter top salvaged from Terminator Genisys.

The home is going for $468,000.



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