The house that was used in the 1984 classic horror film ““Nightmare On Elm Street” was on the market for almost three months before selling for $2,980,000!
Initial asking $3.5 Million, the L.A. home sits just off Sunset Boulevard, just a blocks from the legendary Chateau Marmont Hotel.
The listing on Realtor.com says its “a beautiful Dutch Colonial with a modern twist," featuring 3 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, inground pool and guest house.
Sadly, the infamous bed from the iconic Wes Craven movie was not included.
Would you be able to live in a “horror house?” How about a house that you knew someone died in?