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Beyonce Video Hal Levitt Hits the Market in Mt. Olympus

This 1967 house in Mt. Olympus, designed by mid-century master Hal Levitt, has clearly seen some rough days lately, but you can tell it's been witness to some fabulousness in its life. And in fact just a few years ago it was the setting for Beyonce's "Why Don't You Love Me" video--the filming was so crazy, supposedly, that it provoked a lawsuit from a neighbor. Now the house is up for sale, with its three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, sliding glass walls, skylights, a pool, and a wetbar. Asking price is $1.9 million.

"Why Don't You Love Me" - Beyoncé from Beyoncé on Vimeo.

· 2200 Hercules Drive Los Angeles, CA [Estately]
· Mt. Olympus Homeowner Sues Beyoncé For Blocking His Driveway [Curbed LA]