Address 7121 Lonzo St Tujunga, CA 91042, USA

Built in 1980, shortly before the filming of E.T., the extra-terrestrial, this beautiful house in the San Fernando Valley has not aged at all.

Wedged between the Verdugo and San Gabriel mountains, the town of Sunland-Tujunga is the result of the union of two separate municipalities. In the 1990s considered a tough town, due to the presence of several motorcycle gangs, today it has regained its tranquility. If E.T., the extra-terrestrial remains the most famous movie to have been filmed there, at the level of the house at 7121 Lonzo Street, other feature films such as The River of Death have been filmed there. The city has also seen the outlaws of the Sons of Anarchy series and the romantic betrayals of Mildred Pierce.


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