The iconic home of A Nightmare on Elm Street can now be yours for $ 3,250,000.
The charming three-bedroom home in Los Angeles’s Spaulding Square neighborhood is a far cry from the ramshackle property featured in the 1984 hit slasher movie in stills advertising the upgraded home.
The Dutch colonial-style house built in 1919 will accept offers until midnight on Halloween day, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Rather a dream! The iconic A Nightmare on Elm Street home can now be yours for $ 3,250,000
Gone are the boarded up windows and the dilapidated garden as seen in the movie. Now the two-story property is more like a dream.
Photos of the welcoming home highlight the property’s spacious kitchen with a modern orange-topped island counter, sitting under an array of sleek metallic lamps.
The living room is equally inviting with French doors allowing plenty of natural light and access to the backyard.
On the sleeping side, the photos show a spacious bedroom with overhead lights and walnut floors adding a chic touch.
Welcome to Elm Street! The house still looks almost identical to what it was when filmed for the slasher movie – minus the mess
Spacious: The kitchen offers plenty of space for cooking and easy access to the living room
Relax! The inviting living room is adorned with walnut floors and French doors give access to the backyard
The photos also capture several of the four bathrooms, including a particularly impressive one with a chic all-white interior.
A massive tub sits near the edge of the room while its sinks and sinks face a large mirror on the countertop.
The backyard is equally beautiful with a well-maintained grassy yard surrounding a swimming pool.
Stylish: the house is equipped with an array of stylish features, such as pendant lights
Zzzz: On the sleeping side, the photos feature a spacious bedroom with ceiling lights and walnut floors adding a chic touch
Splish Splash! A huge bathtub sits near the edge of the room while its sinks and sinks face a large mirror on the countertop
Guests of the future owner will be able to rest in seclusion at a picturesque guesthouse located by the pool.
Even Freddy Krueger couldn’t resist coming home in photos of the house.
A model dressed as the iconic killer can be hilariously seen getting comfortable around the upgraded house in the list.
Fresh air! The two-story property has a balcony where the future owner of the house can relax and unwind
What a view! The balcony overlooks the property’s huge swimming pool and guest house
Out of this World: A poster for the movie In Search of a Friend for the End of the World hangs in this bedroom – the house was purchased in 2013 by film director Lorene Scafaria
A feast for the eyes! Hilarious model dressed as Freddy Krueger appears in commercials for the house
Home sweet home: the actor reads on the worktop as he revisits the iconic house
“The facade is iconic, but the connection to the film ends as soon as you walk through the front door. Inside, it’s a beautiful, traditional-style space with a modern twist, ”Heather T. Roy of Douglas Elliman, who owns the property’s listing with Learka Bosnak, told the Los Angeles Times.
Hustlers and Seeking a Friend for the End of the World director Lorene Scafaria bought the house in 2013 for $ 2.1 million, but a former owner recalled the chilling energy of the house soon after the ‘having bought several years ago.
Angie Hill bought the house in 2008 for $ 1.15 million and spent a year renovating the property.
Initially, the house looked more like the decrepit, decaying version of Freddy’s dream world than the original sunny suburban house that appears in the early films.
Old friend! Krueger waves his deadly hand towards the camera as he poses outside the house
Scary: The house depicted in the epic slasher film A Nightmare on Elm Street
“It was horrible,” Hill said. “It was the only house on the street that looked battered … The pool looked like it hadn’t been touched for 10 years – it was black.”
“There was the weirdest vibe,” Hill said. “You could feel the strange energy. There was a truly oppressive smell.
So she burned sage to prepare for bad energy and then completely dismantled the property.
First, she burned sage to cleanse the energy in the house, she said. Then she took down 90 percent of the entire house – walls, ceilings, roof – and replaced them.
She admits that the house’s fictional horror story had a very real effect on her.
While there wasn’t a nightmare villain on the property, it still gave Hill goosebumps.
“Before, I was afraid to go to the basement,” she says.
Cult classic: villainous Freddy Krueger was played by Robert Englund in the horror classic