Stan Lee isn't selling his home, 'just a hunk of property'

At the risk of ROBOT 6 turning into Excelsior! Home Journal, there is another followup to the Stan Lee real-estate story: It turns out that $3.75 million listing in the Hollywood Hills isn't for the creator's home, but instead for another lot he owns. In fact, there's no longer even a house on it.

"I’m not selling my house. It’s just a piece of property we own," Lee tells Los Angeles Magazine. "We tore it down, we were gonna rebuild and we decided to sell it instead, so it’s just a hunk of property that’s for sale.”

Considering records indicate the 2,500-square-foot home was built in 1945 and hadn't been remodeled since the mid-'70s, a desire to start from scratch is understandable. But judging from the description and single photo in the listing, it certainly used to be nice: a four-bedroom, six-bathroom house with a garage, swimming pool, spa and "lush gardens," located at the end of a cul-de-sac.

Now, however, it's apparently just a vacant lot with a view of the city -- but it can still be yours for $3.75 million.

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