Okay, so, it’s technically the house that served as the facade of Nancy’s house, but that still counts! The home was chosen by director Wes Craven as the perfect, idyllic suburban spot for 1984’s A Nightmare on Elm Street, and it’s not hard to see why.
Built in 1919, the two-story Dutch Colonial home features three bedrooms and three and a half baths with a total of 2700 square feet. The homes is located in Los Angeles and according to People, is selling for a cool $3.25 million. The owners will continue accepting offers on the house until midnight on Halloween. Agents Heather T. Roy and Learka Bosnak hold the listing for Douglas Elliman.
The house was re-designed in the early aughts. Each bedroom features an en suite bathroom, and the property features a detached guest house, pool, and manicured lawn with lots of trees. In addition, the house boasts lots of natural light with an updated kitchen and lots of open space for entertaining!
It’s no secret that the home would easily draw in gawkers, fans, and tourists throughout the year and in the hands of the right Nightmare on Elm Street fan, it could become a go-to destination. Either way, the house is gorgeous, inside and out, and is a proper piece of horror history!