If you’re at all familiar with the late-90s film classic Boogie Nights – the one where “Marky Mark” Wahlberg is discovered by an adult-movie director played by Burt Reynolds – then a recent home listing in the Covina / San Gabriel Valley vicinity may also spark some recognition.

This 4,000-square-foot home, built in the late 1950s era, still holds it fair share of groovy charm, while at the same time offering space, functionality, and plenty of room for newly updated amenities.

The living room is extremely spacious, which features a stunning vault and beam ceiling, as well as a large stone fireplace. While the walls are adorned with wooden paneling, the oversized living room windows allow for an ample amount of light to keep the space bright.

In the spacious kitchen you will find darker wood cabinetry, along with a green tiled floor. The white appliances have been updated since the home’s Boogie Nights days, however, the somewhat busy, flower-patterned wall paper may set the room back a few years.

A mix of carpet and tile adorn the floors throughout the remainder of the house, as well as several other wallpapered rooms. But, even though the home’s new owner may consider making some upgrades, there is a substantial amount of potential here.

This famous property, which includes a lush, green 1.35-acre lot and a three car garage, as well as an oversized pool, is currently listed at just below $1.5 million. A private tour of this home can be arranged for potential purchasers.