It’s October, meaning spooky season is in full swing, the weather is getting cooler, and the famous filming location used in “Silence of the Lambs” is up for grabs. Yes, you heard that right, Buffalo Bill’s quaint cabin where he committed his super-spooky crimes is for sale – and we have to say, it’s reasonably priced too! The home itself looks a little brighter and warmer than what you may remember in the film, there’s even a perfectly landscaped garden in the front yard, but the inside is still as “creep-tastic” as ever (in a cute homeowner way.)
Listed for sale at nearly $300,000, the Perryopolis, Pennsylvania property is described by the agents as the perfect place to host an Airbnb. With five bedrooms and one bathrooms, the Princess Anne Victorian home is the perfect size for any family, although the past isn’t necessarily family-friendly. It even includes a three-car detached garage.
Not only is the home known for its Academy Award winning past, but it’s also known for its history. Built in 1910, the home itself is over 100 years old and sits on a lot that’s nearly two acres. The architectural structure and charm of the house and been well-kept, with original hardwood flooring, doors, light fixtures, and wallpaper. The wrap-around porch and gazebo are newer additions to the home, but maintain a similar style so as to not stand out from the home’s natural charm.
Inside the home you’ll see the spacious master bedroom with beautiful wallpapering and a pink ceiling to match. The kitchen also boasts historic beauty as the wooden cabinetry contrasts with the newer appliances which add a touch of modern to the home. There’s also a living room where you might recognize the fireplace. The only thing missing? That creepy dungeon Buffalo Bill had in his home – which I guess we’re not complaining about.
To take a full virtual tour of all this home offers, check out the listing itself right here on Homes.com!