Freddy Krueger's house sold for $3 million

The house at 1428 Elm Street, which appears for the first time in the first film of the Nightmare on Elm Street cinematographic saga (Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven), has just been sold for 3 million dollars.

According to the Colider website, the house that appears in Wes Craven's The Claws of Night in 1984 actually belonged to screenwriter Lorene Scafaria (A Night in New York, Queens, My Mother and Me).

Like in the movies

Introduced on the official announcement as "a beautiful Dutch colonial house with a modern twist", the house has reappeared in all the films of the Claws of the Night saga up to the 2010 reboot Freddy, the claws of the night. night directed by Samuel Baye, and has undergone very few modifications since the end of filming.

Although Wes Craven's film is supposed to be set in Springwood, Ohio, Freddy Krueger's real home is on North Genesee Avenue in Spaulding Square, a small Los Angeles suburb already home to a certain Michael Myers from the Halloween franchise.