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Nightmare On Elm Street House on the market

Feb. 4, 2013by: Kevin Woods
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Interested in owning a piece of horror history? The iconic house once haunted by Freddy Krueger and featured in the classic NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET series has just hit the market. But don't worry - the only thing scary here is the price.

The three-bedroom, 3.25-bath home in West Hollywood was listed last week for $2.1 million. Although the 2,700-square-foot interior (which was not used in the movie) was extensively renovated in 2006, the facade - which also appeared in the first sequel, FREDDY'S REVENGE (1985), as well as the series’ seventh installment, WES CRAVENS NEW NIGHTMARE (1994) - remains instantly recognizable to horror fans.

The house, which was home to the film's heroine Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp), also includes a swimming pool and a one-bedroom, one-bath guest house in the rear.

So if you're looking at owning your dream house, look no further than this NIGHTMARE. And as far as we know, no one has ever died of a bad dream there.

Extra Tidbit: What other home/building from horror films would you like to own? Me? I'd wanna be the proud owner of Bates Motel.

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7:57AM on 02/05/2013
Does Freddy included with the house? Hehe. Extra tidbit: the gigantic house from the movie "House".
Does Freddy included with the house? Hehe. Extra tidbit: the gigantic house from the movie "House".
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3:15PM on 02/04/2013
For iconic quality NOES house or the Overlook - not that I'd want to spend the night at least in the quiet season. For houses I'd genuinely like to live in the house from What Lies Beneath wins hands down, while Sidney's homes in Scream 1&3 and Seth's warehouse apartment/lab in The Fly get good mention.
For iconic quality NOES house or the Overlook - not that I'd want to spend the night at least in the quiet season. For houses I'd genuinely like to live in the house from What Lies Beneath wins hands down, while Sidney's homes in Scream 1&3 and Seth's warehouse apartment/lab in The Fly get good mention.
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2:32PM on 02/04/2013
I would be psyched to own the Amityville house at 112 Ocean Ave......I think they've changed the address and street name though. If I owned any of these famous properties though, I would open them up to the public by appointment or private tour only.
I would be psyched to own the Amityville house at 112 Ocean Ave......I think they've changed the address and street name though. If I owned any of these famous properties though, I would open them up to the public by appointment or private tour only.
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1:00PM on 02/04/2013
All of us in this website should chip in and buy it!
All of us in this website should chip in and buy it!
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