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The Glassy House from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

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Home to a member of the mysterious Vanger family in David Fincher's American adaptation of Stieg Larsson's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, this slick modern house is no figment of a set designer's imagination, but rather a very real, and very cool, private residence on the outskirts of Stockholm, Sweden. Fincher and the Dragon Tattoo team found the place so perfectly suited to the silver screen that they didn't change so much as the furnishings, which we first looked at in October 2010. The director did, however, decline to include the swimming pool out front, and fog obscures the view in a few scenes. The house had been lingering on the market for the indie-film budget of $5.62M for a while, but very well may have sold since the movie was released—the listing was pulled from the Sotheby's Stockholm website just last night.
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