The house in the fictional address 1428 Elm St., which served as the facade for “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” has been listed for $3.25 million. But you’ll have to act quickly. Offers on the renowned residence are due by Halloween’s midnight.
Surprisingly, the facade of the mansion in Los Angeles’ historic Spaulding Square keeps its film-era appearance; green shingles still adorn the portico entry, but the bright-red front door has been painted black.
The Dutch Colonial-style property, built in 1919, in Los Angeles’ historic Spaulding Square district, features a two-story main house with three bedrooms and four bathrooms, an open kitchen, patios, terraces, and a slew of French doors. There is also a pool, citrus trees, and a detached guesthouse, complete with a covered patio and kitchenette.
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It’s very amusing how the homeowners are capitalizing on the home’s link with the horror film, with someone dressed as Freddy Krueger taking photos of themselves performing chores around the house.
The protagonist’s home in Wes Craven’s 1984 horror classic has also been featured in television commercials and print advertisements.