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By iumelrose @ 2009-06-05 09:54:42
This is Duane "Dog" Chapman's house in Hawaii. He is a bounty hunter and has a show on A&E, "Dog the Bounty Hunter".
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@ 2009-06-07 08:01:24
Nice! The large home across the street with an olympic sized pool was used as a location for many episodes of Hawaii Five-0
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@ 2009-07-01 17:47:37
There is no way this is Dog's house, on TV they show it an A-Frame style house with a pool in the BACK yard, not the front and a SHORT driveway, with cars always pooled in the driveway, there also is no way he lives across from the 80 million dollar estate from virtual hawaiian royalty...that's the house with the olympic sized pool on the water that includes the three parcels of land and the private harbor carved out of the reef...no basic architectural knowledge tells me this is NOT dog's house. Basic knowledge of Oahu, tells me this 'hood is too swanky with houses starting at 3 Mil.
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@ 2009-07-01 19:39:00
That A-Frame they show was where they lived in the earlier seasons. If you watch the newer shows, they live in this house, when they are not in Colorado. I've attached a video of when Dog was arrested at this home. Also, Google Dog the Bounty hunter Portlock Road. These reality shows shell out tons of money per episode so it is no shock they can afford this crib.
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@ 2009-11-09 09:58:46
It's Dog's house. We have friends who live next door. The humble place across the street is the old Henry Kaiser estate.
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@ 2010-05-11 14:00:00
it is dogs house if you watch this season (2009-10) you will see one episode where all the guys are playing tennis on the visible tennis court that is somewhat visible from the pool in the front. and yes he used to live somewhere else but he moved and i belive this season is his first season where he is at this house.
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@ 2010-06-01 21:00:17
According to property records that house is owned by Craig and Karen Mills, since 2004.
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@ 2010-07-31 17:36:03
It is the dogs house. I was just there last week and his son came out to get the mail and all of the suvs they use in the show were coverd in the back driveway
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@ 2010-08-03 17:39:29
They probably lease the homes like they do their autos. Business expenses made easier.
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@ 2010-11-29 03:54:41
There's a bounty hunter steel plate on the gate...huge! can't miss it...it reads "bounty hunters ppd with his picture on the plate...i was there last week too...i took a drove there at night by myself just to get a feel of living in that area...it's where i want to live...i like that mansion 2 houses to the left of his place...
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@ 2011-06-10 14:33:47
I just got back from vacation in Honolulu this morning. We rented a car and went down to the bottom of Portlock Drive a few days ago. On the east side of the street is Dog's house. It's quite obvious. He just up a new access gate that has a huge round photo of himself (20 years ago) and it says D.L. Chapman - Dog the Bounty Hunter. We took a few photos. Apparently, he's not trying to hide where he lives. PS: I've never seen the home of a famous person where they actually put up a photo on the security gate of them self. I like Dog but that seems a bit vain.
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@ 2011-12-08 08:02:14
Re: 2010-11-29 comment, 2 doors down is Henry Kaiser's estate, on makai Diamond Head. A tear down house, sadly, wrecked from entropy of uncaring present owners. It is 5.4 acres, asking $80M. No interest for years now, despite being the most desirable land in all of Oahu.