One person's nightmare is another's dream home, and that's literally true in the case of a certain house at 1428 Elm Street. A Los Angeles realtor has announced that the house where Wes Craven filmed the original 1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street – and fictional home to the film's heroine Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp) and her onscreen family – is now on the market.
A cool $2.1 million will get you into this sweet and (we're assuming) totally-not-cursed property in Hollywood suburb Spaulding Square, which was bought in 2006 by current owner Angie Hill and renovated from the ground up. The original facade as seen in the movie is still recognizable, but the house now has three bedrooms, three and a quarter bathrooms, a pool, a guesthouse with kitchen and bathroom, built-ins, a master suite with a super fancy tub, and walnut floors. There's no mention of a furnace in the basement, however, and as far as we know the owner has never had any sleep-related issues. You'll just have to find out for yourself, assuming you've got a couple million bucks to throw around.
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