Do you want to own a piece of Westworld? If you have about $2 million to spare, here’s your chance! Curbed LA reports that the picturesque cottage where Dr. Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) kept his family of hosts is now on the market. Built in the late 1920s, this marks only the 3rd time it’s been available for purchase.
The French-country style cottage played an important role in Westworld’s first season. Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) discovered it after noticing unregistered host activity in the area. There he found a family of hosts (replicas of Ford as a child, his brother, and his parents) that Dr. Ford had kept hidden. It’s also the site where Bernard was revealed as a host, and where Ford commanded him to murder Theresa (Sidse Babett Knudsen).
Located in Glenoaks Canyon area of Glendale, CA, the five-bedroom, four-bath home is known as the Crowell-Saylor House and is listed on Glendale’s historic register. The residence includes a bar/sunroom and separate guest house, and while the exterior and many of the details are original, the interior has been remodeled with a more modern look. The asking price for the .41 acre property is $1.94 million, and it’s being sold by Stacy Saylor of VasTree Real Estate.
Unfortunately, there is no word on whether the secret underground lab, with 3D host printing machine, is included.