Good news if you’re a horror fan who fantasizes about living in a vintage horror movie house. The house from the first Nightmare on Elm Street is now on the market. The property is for sale in Los Angeles, California, and is listed for $3,250,000. Please make no mistake; the mansion will not evoke feelings of dread or even nostalgia: it has been modernized with a bright, open architecture.
The Los Angeles property, which includes three bedrooms and five bathrooms, was used in Wes Craven’s Nightmare on Elm Street. However, it has also appeared in advertisements and other films. The listing can be found on Zillow, where there are enough photos of the property to pique anyone’s interest.
If you’re in Los Angeles and want to take a closer look, the open house will be hosted on October 24 from 2 PM to 5 PM. The house has a massive 2,700 square feet, hardwood floors, a finished basement, a fireplace, a private swimming pool, and other standard home amenities like central air and heat.
This isn’t the only significant piece of real estate to hit the market this year. For example, the house behind Warner Bros.’ smash horror series The Conjuring was up for sale in Rhode Island last month, and it is still available for $1.2 million. In addition, some unique properties have also been listed for sale on a global scale.
While the Rhode Island Conjuring house is probably better purchased to start a tourism business (because it is allegedly haunted), the Nightmare on Elm Street house is modern, updated, and ready for a single family to live into.