The iconic home in the horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street was sold for $2.98 million. The Los Angeles home was 98% more expensive than other nearby homes– probably because of its horror film credits, right?
The three-bedroom Dutch Colonial is now brighter, whiter, and airier than it was depicted in the 1984 film. It used to belong to "Hustlers" director Lorene Scafaria, who bought it in 2013. The home was sold last fall, with offers due by midnight on Halloween. The timing was a nod to the home’s cinematic history.
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