The $1.119 million dollar former home of the legendary singer, Jim Morrison of The Doors, was one of 19 properties damaged by early morning arson attacks in Hollywood, California. The residence helped to inspire Morrison to write the classic album track, "Love Street". Jim Morrison once lived in the 3 story home with his longtime girlfriend, Pamela Courson. 56 firemen fought the fire for 35 minutes in the home built in 1922, saving the historic residence from complete destruction. It appears that it was largely the front part of the home that was badly damaged by the arson, making the rebuild and restoration very likely of the home which has recently been listed as a an exclusive rental property for persons wanting to spend some time in the legendary singer's former home.