Has anyone got $2.1 million I can borrow and never pay back? Well, if you did I’m pretty sure you would snap this one up. Who wouldn’t want to live in the first house that Freddy terrorized?
According to the guys over at The Hollywood Reporter, the house featured in Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) is currently up for sale.
The three-bedroom, 3.25-bath home in West Hollywood has a 2,700-square-foot interior and includes a swimming pool and a one-bedroom, one-bath guest house in the rear. The house was originally built in 1919.
Although the interior wasn’t used in either the original film, the sequel Freddy’s Revenge, or even Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, the facade was, and it is still the same to this very day.
So, when one of you guys do buy this place, hit me up with an invite for the house-party.