Remember this house from Wes Craven’s 1984 classic horror flick A Nightmare on Elm Street? In the movie it sat on Elm Street in Springwood, Ohio, but the house they used for exterior shots is actually in L.A. After undergoing an extensive renovation, it’s on the market now for $2.1 million. Here’s how it looks today:
The house has 3 bedrooms and 4 baths with 2,700 square feet.
It was built in 1919 but was renovated from top to bottom by the current owner and now has a pretty mod vibe.
The listing says: “Spectacular Traditional/Modernist Fusion in this 2-story Spaulding Square home. Situated mid-block on a picturesque tree-lined street, you’re greeted by a classic center hall floor plan, with formal rooms to the front of the home, and open-plan kitchen/family room to the rear, flowing to lovely pool, garden and full guest house with kitchen and bath.”
“Black American Walnut wide-plank floors throughout home, chef’s kitchen with custom cabinets, Caesarstone counters, Bertazzoni stove and center island.”
Last year AOL Real Estate interviewed the owner who bought it in 2007 and undertook its major renovation. Watch a slideshow of before, during, and after photos of the reno here. For more photos and information, check the listing.
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