December 14th, 2011
02:38 PM ET
This newly listed property only plays a haunted house on TV, but it’s still probably not for squeamish buyers. The historic red brick abode featured in “American Horror Story” has hit the market, reports Aol Real Estate.
The pilot for “American Horror Story” was filmed on location at the home, and while the FX series is now shot on a set, the soundstage is an exact replica of the L.A. residence.
The six-bedroom, five-bathroom property is 10,440 square feet, and features luxurious details, including silver and gold leaf hand-painted ceilings, Tiffany stained-glass windows, a solarium, a recording studio in the ballroom (which used to be a chapel), and six stunning vintage fireplaces.
Designed by famous architect Alfred Rosenheim, the home has actually been declared a Los Angeles Cultural Monument.
And just how much would it cost to live in this fictional house of horrors? It’s listed at $4.5 million.
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