If you’re like me, you’ve seen the entire A Nightmare on Elm Street series. If you’re like me, you also used to have recurring nightmares where a young Johnny Depp was trapped inside your water bed. Hopefully you’re not too like me.
But if you’re childhood included Wes Craven’s classic film franchise, now an integral part of it can be yours! It turns out that the house featured in the original Nightmare is now for sale, for the low price of $2.1 million.
Unfortunately, without the mood lighting and the overacting burn-victim with sharp fingers, the house just seems like a generic McMansion. Even worse: it’s located on the uninterestingly-named North Genesee Avenue. Lame.
SO Note: Would you live in the Nightmare on Non Elm street house? Let us know @Serial_Optimist.