L.A. real estate company Rodeo Realty is selling the first home that made Freddy Krueger a household name. Located in Hollywood's Spaulding Square neighborhood, the three-bedroom, two-story home made its first appearance in 1984's A Nightmare on Elm Street, and went on two show up in at least two sequels.
The house is currently listed at $2.1 million, and even has the same street number (1428) as it did in the films. After the home went through a serious remodeling, it actually looks nice and not like the type of place where a vengeful spirit will torture inhabitants as they sleep.
If you want a reasonably priced piece of Hollywood history, this is for you.
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