The NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET House Is Now On Sale

It's the house of your dreams! Hyuck.

When it comes to bringing home an awesome piece of movie memorabilia, you can be a giant wuss and just buy a $10,000 sword, or you can be a stud and bring home a whole home.

The Nightmare on Elm Street house used in Part One, Part Two, and Part Meta is now on sale for a cool 2.1 million dollars. It's a 2,700 square foot, three bedroom home in West Hollywood. It also comes with a swimming pool and one bedroom guest house in the back yard. So it's not like you're buying something that will actively keep you from getting laid.

But potential buyers need to beware. Only the exterior was used in the Nightmare on Elm Street films. You'll still get a cinematically familiar interior, though, because the inside is reportedly where they shot Beethoven, Beethoven's 2nd, Beethoven's 5th, twenty-eight erotic features, and several scenes from Kirk Cameron's Fireproof.

Also, a man will kill you while you sleep. Despite your eager willingness to drop 2.1 million dollars on the house, he is actually the series' biggest fan.

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