One of Freddy Krueger’s haunts has hit the market, but it’s not on Elm Street. Just in time for Halloween, final girl Nancy Thompson’s house from the 1984 horror flick “A Nightmare On Elm Street” is up for grabs.
The Los Angeles home will run you a cool $3-point-25-million, and offers are being accepted until midnight on Halloween. The house has been a beloved sightseeing spot for horror fans since it appeared inWes Craven’sslasher and its 1985 sequel. But it’s far from a nightmare, the three-bedroom Dutch Colonial home boasting two floors, a spacious kitchen, a second-floor terrace, a citrus tree-lined backyard, and a detached guesthouse.
You can check out the listingHERE.But don’t be spooked, there’s no Freddy Krueger in sight.