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So Does That Mean Cessna Houses in the Hills?

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We saw an article from the Associated Press today where a Francie Rehwald is building an environmentally friendly and "feminine" house in Malibu. She's asked a Santa Monica architect, specializing in recycled materials, to build her dream home. And he found an old 747 airplane for the job.

The jumbo jet cost about 40,000 dollars from a cemetery of more than 1,500 scrap airliners in the California desert. The jet is to be moved in parts to a 55-acre (22-hectare) site in the Malibu Hills near the Pacific Ocean and Rehwald admits the final cost will be several million dollars.