Thursday, September 8, 2016

 

Fan’s horror home (that will probably give you nightmares)

For sale:fan’s horror home (that will probably give you nightmares).

Might Give You Nightmares.

The owners will be hoping to make a killing on this one...

Hey remember those Freddy Krueger films that scared the crap out of you and haunted your mind all the way through your teens? 

Well now you can prowl the same four walls menaced by that same horrifically scarred bogey man. Because sleep is so overrated, right?

Yes, for just over $2million you can call the Nightmare On Elm Street house of horrors your very own.
According to the listing on Redfin, the Los Angeles home boasts four bathrooms, three bedrooms with en suites and “designer closets” (wardrobes to you and me).

Current owner Angie Hill told AOL Real Estate the property really was a nightmare when she bought it in 2006.

She said: “It was the only house on the street that looked beaten up. The pool looked like it hadn’t been touched in 10 years — it was black.”

While the property has been transformed into a stainless steel, hardwood floored wonderland, it does still boast the famous red door from the 1984 thriller.
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