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Lena Dunham may play a struggling writer on her hit HBO series Girls, but she's doing pretty fantastic for herself in real life. So much so that she's recently purchased a multi-million dollar home that has Hollywood history. According to TMZ via our sister site Curbed, the notoriously anti-LA writer and actress scored the adorable abode of Breakfast at Tiffany's and A-Team star George Peppard.
Located in western Hollywood, the 1919 Greek Revival-style place features two bedrooms, three covered porches, a freakin' saltwater pool, and a one-bedroom guesthouse, which she'll likely use as a crash pad for her famous friends. Decor-wise, the place is filled with various bric-a-brac, including piles of books on the dining room table. As for the price tag, Curbed LA notes that the house was listed for $2.699 million in January, but the sale hasn't closed yet.