You, Me and Dupree

A couple of years ago, long before I had a blog to write, I set out to find the You, Me and Dupree  house.  While I was a big fan of You, Me and Dupree, the real reason behind my mission actually had nothing to do with that movie.  What I was actually hoping to find was Jenna Rink’s pink dream house from the final scene of 13 Going On 30, which according to the trivia section on IMDB, was the exact same house used in You, Me and Dupree.

Unfortunately, upon stalking the Dupree house, it became obvious that it was not the same location used in 13 Going On 30.  Even so, the Dupree  house is adorable and in a really cute neighborhood.  It is also another fine example of that Craftsman architecture that filmmakers love so much.  I must give props to Kerry, a fellow stalker, for getting the address of the Dupree  house for me.  I stalked this location so long ago (and failed to write down the address) that I couldn’t remember its exact location.  Armed with only the picture I took of the house, which showed the house number, and knowing its general vicinity, she cyber-stalked the home and got the address for me!  Thanks, Kerry!  🙂

Side note – I still have yet to find the 13 Going On 30  house – if anyone happens to know where it is – Help me! Please!!  🙂

Until next time, Happy Stalking!  🙂

Stalk It: The You, Me and Dupree  house can be found at 2406 Gramercy Park in the historic West Adams district of Los Angeles, not far from the location of the Numb3rs house.  Even if you are not a fan of the film, I highly recommend stalking the house, as it is located on an adorable street in a neighborhood chock full of beautiful, historic homes.  As always, take care not to disturb the residents. 

 

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