The iconic mansion from A Nightmare On Elm Street was reduced in price without the help of Freddie Kruger.
The lovely Dutch Colonial-style home built in 1919 in Los Angeles’ Spaulding Square neighborhood sold for $2,980,000, according to a TMZ report from Tuesday.
The refurbished home, which was previously listed for $3.25 million, is a far cry from the shambled home featured in the popular 1984 slasher film, as depicted in marketing photos for the refurbished home.
The movie’s boarded-up windows and untidy garden are no longer there. The two-story house has taken on a fantasy-like quality.
Anthony Barcelo photographed the property’s massive kitchen, which features a sleek, orange-topped island counter set beneath a slew of trendy metallic lighting.
The living area is equally appealing, with French doors providing abundant natural light and access to the garden.
Photographs show a large bedroom with ceiling lighting and walnut floors for a sophisticated appearance.