Lena Dunham's Tiny Furniture House For Sale

Lena Dunham's Parents Sell Tiny Furniture House

If you saw Lena Dunham's indie flick, Tiny Furniture, it's unlikely you'd forget the gleaming white loft that served as the backdrop. Shot in Lena's parents' apartment, the now-famous 3,600-square-foot loft is up for grabs! Occupying what was once a textile warehouse, the $6.25 million listing boasts plenty of cool-artist panache. Still, it's the fascinating bits of Tiny Furniture trivia that really pique our interest!

Keep reading for more pictures and five Tiny Furniture facts you didn't know!

Fact: Lena's sister, Grace, and her mom, artist Laurie Simmons, both star with Lena in the film.

Fact: Lena wrote Tiny Furniture in four days in October, shot it in November, and submitted it to the South by Southwest Film Festival in January.

Fact: Lena's painter father, Carroll Dunham, didn't want to be in the film, but his absence helped hone the film's female-centric focus.

Fact: Just like her character, Lena's sister did actually win the biggest high school award for poetry in the United States.

Fact: The film won the best narrative feature prize at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival.

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