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The Georgia mansion that doubled as Bill Murray’s home in the 2009 movie “Zombieland” is up for sale in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood.
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The palatial Mediterranean-style home is listed for $10.9 million. It includes nine bedrooms and 12.5 baths in 33,000 square feet, according to the listing.
The 2008-built home is offered fully furnished and it features ornate details like coral stone, Moroccan hardwood floors and Italian tile. Its amenities include a cigar room, a wine cellar, a recording studio, a massage room, a steam room and the theater where Murray is – spoiler alert – killed in the movie.