The creepy house located at 1428 Elm Street in Springwood, Ohio still haunts my dreams, but that's just Hollywood magic. The real Nightmare on Elm Street house, that was Nancy's source of terror in the 1984 film and through the franchise films, is actually located in Los Angels... and it's for sale.

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We can go out on a limb and pretty much say Freddy Krueger no longer lives there, but you can. The house, located at 1428 N Genesee in Los Angeles is on the market for a terrifying $3,250,000.

The Dutch Colonial design is a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 2-story. The home is literally an interior designers dream. It boasts a uber cool retro-modern kitchen, beautiful built-ins, a grand primary suite, and bathrooms en suite to every bedroom. It also has a detached guesthouse with its own pergola covered patio, kitchen and designer-done bathroom. The outside is just as amazing with its patios, terraces, picture windows and and French doors that lead to the meticulous grounds and Blue pool.

In addition to being recognized for a house of terror from Wes Craven's cult classic, the home has been featured in several other Hollywood films and commercials. And because location is everything in L.A., the address is right in the heart of Historic Spaulding Square according to the listing.

So set your fears aside, and take a look inside this beautiful home, and if you are ready to own a little piece of horror film history you contact the agent here.

'Nightmare on Elm Street' Home For Sale: See Inside Nancy's House

Freddy Krueger no longer lurks there, but the house made famous by Wes Craven’s A Nightmare on Elm Street home can be yours for $3.25 million.