ByJancy Richardson, writer at Creators.co
To avoid fainting, keep repeating 'It's only a movie...It's only a movie...'
Jancy Richardson

If you've got a spare $3.7 million and you're looking for a house with a bit of... history, then why not buy the actual Murder House from American Horror Story?

LA residents may already have seen the 6 bedroom pad at 1120 Westchester Pl, made (in)famous by its appearance on the first season of American Horror Story.

Here's the house from the show, with a young Addie outside...

Here's the house from the listing...

It's amazing how much less creepy the place is without little children telling you you're all going to die!

Check out some more genuine interior shots from the show...

Ben talks to Tate in his study
Ben talks to Tate in his study
Constance and Addie, your friendly neighbors
Constance and Addie, your friendly neighbors
Impressive staircases, naturally...
Impressive staircases, naturally...
Come inside, take a look around...
Come inside, take a look around...

For those of you that like property programs as well as American Horror Story, here's the salient details from the listing:

One of the most important estates ever built in Los Angeles: The Alfred Rosenheim Mansion ca. 1908. Steeped in history, this 6 bedroom, 6 bath home was declared "Historical and Cultural Landmark #660". Boasting 6 stunning Batchelder tile fireplaces, Tiffany stained and leaded glass, Italian brickwork, Peruvian Mahogany paneling, a cathedral ballroom that was once a chapel with 56' ceilings, a huge basement, and a world class recording studio.

Tempted? There's no doubt it's a beautiful house... just make sure the previous tenants actually left...

Poll

Would you like to live in the American Horror Story Murder House?

Sources: Zillow, Hooked on Houses

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