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“Swan Song” Producer Jonathan King Lists Rare Venice Walk-Streets Compound!

It’s always fun to take a look into the homes of Hollywood movers and shakers and if you’re a fan of Dreamgirls, Stillwater, Roma or the recently released tearjerker/futuristic movie Swan Song, award-winning, film-producer Jonathan King is selling his bespoke Venice, California home. King turned two properties into one very private, glamorous compound on one of the city’s historically famous walk streets that add to making Venice unique.  It is priced at $10 million.

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