You may not have the dashing good looks or the penchant for cracking a whip at a moments notice a la Indiana Jones, but now's your chance to live like Han Solo himself in Harrison Ford's former Hollywood Hills home,
American actor Harrison Ford in Paris, France August 30, 1993. (AP Photo)
You may not have the dashing good looks or the penchant for cracking a whip at a moments notice a la Indiana Jones, but now's your chance to live like Han Solo himself in Harrison Ford's former Hollywood Hills home, <a href="http://la.curbed.com/archives/2012/01/1911_hollywood_hills_house_once_owned_by_harrison_ford.php" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>Curbed</em>.
The official listing says the 3,000-square-foot lodge-style compound was once owned by Harrison Ford in what we can only assume was his pre-Calista Flockhart days.
The rustic Hollywood Hills crib was originally built back in 1911 and boasts a few wraparound balconies.
The two-story home spans 3,000 square feet and has been updated, while preserving its original integrity. There's a bevy of detailed woodwork and beamed ceilings in the open living space.
According the public listing, the home last sold in April 2007 for $1.25 million, meaning that the current owners are merely hoping to break even on the sale of Ford's former spread.
With so much woodwork and a big grassy backyard surrounding the home, it feels more like a mountain retreat than a Hollywood Hills pad. We're guessing the notoriously private Ford liked the seclusion of this 1911 house.
A view of the home's kitchen.
A look at Ford's former master suite, which features two walk-in closets and a private deck.
There are 3.5 bathrooms total in the rustic abode, which sits on over an acre of land west of the 101.
A view of one of the three bedrooms in the compound.
All new mamas know that having a baby means lots of laundry. Luckily, there's a laundry room in the house, as well as two convenient parking spaces for those mad late evening dashes to the store for more diapers.
A view of the expansive deck where we can only imagine Ford practicing cracking his whip in anticipation of heading to the <em>Indiana Jones</em> set.