The beloved fictional swordsman Zorro was said to do battle in the unforgiving deserts of Spanish-ruled California, but the 1950s TV series was filmed...in the unforgiving deserts of Southern California. This six acre plot in Simi Valley, Calif., northwest of Los Angeles, was the setting for some of Zorro's duels, and the adobe hut on the property was built by Disney specifically for the production, with wood-beamed ceilings and a large fireplace. Likely not shown in the TV series were the stunning views of Simi Valley and its modern urban sprawl. Now being marketed to "painters, writers, photographers and cinematographers," the property is listed for $699K.
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