Just in time for Halloween, the farmhouse which was used as the setting for serial killer Buffalo Bill’s house in the classic 1992 movie, The Silence of the Lambs, is now on sale.
Just in time for Halloween, the farmhouse which was used as the setting for serial killer Buffalo Bill’s house in the classic 1992 movie, The Silence of the Lambs, is now on sale. So, if you’re a horror movie buff and you’d love to own Buffalo Bill’s home, Travel + Leisure has got some god news for you as the outlet has reported that you can purchase the Perryopolis, Pennsylvania farmhouse for less than $300,000!
Not bad for a four-bedroom home built back in 1910. Both the interior and exterior of the home still have their original charm. But some newer amenities include a pool, gazebo, fountain, rose garden, and a three-car garage. And for those who are wondering, no, there is no basement pit in this property. Phew!
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The Silence of the Lambs home. What a home to shoot! I may have had @jadedevore_realtor show me the basement first to calm my nerves! For all serious inquiries, contact the agents, @eileenallan_realtor and @shannonassad_realtor! Have you seen the home yet? Check out my blog post (link in bio) to see ALL the photos…even the basement!
The property’s listing reads, “Rare Opportunity to own a prominent property featured in an Academy Award Winning Movie. With everything the home offers AND ties to the classic horror film [this] ionic property would make for an amazing Airbnb!”
The owners who owned it during the filming of the “The Silence of the Lambs,” Scott and Barbara Lloyd, first listed the property back in 2015. The real estate team handling the sale of the house, Eileen Allan and Shannon Assad, have it listed at $298,500. If this sounds like the house of your dreams, click here to learn more.
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