A Nightmare on Elm Street House Sold


Photo: Realtor.com

The price tag didn't scare away buyers. The home featured in the 1984 horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street (which is actually on Genessee Avenue in West Hollywood, Los Angeles) has just been sold for $2.1 million:

Bearing a signature red door as the two-story did during its days as a Freddy Krueger haunt, the now-updated 1919 traditional-style house features a classic center hallway, an open plan kitchen and family room, wide-plank wood floors, three bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms and 2,700 square feet of living space.

There also are a guest house and a swimming pool on the property.

We'll wait to see if the new owners survive their first night at the house (sweet dreams!) ... Link - Thanks Tiffany!


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The idea of spending that kinda money on a house, even a famous house, just seems to suck all the air out of the room for me - *gasp*. The mortgage payments and property taxes would be my nightmare. Freddy who?
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