The Silence of the Lambs house is for sale. That’s right, precious. It could be yours!
The Silence of the Lambs set the benchmark for horror movies when it won five Academy Awards including best picture. If you are a fan of Jonathan Demme’s masterpiece, then this news will be right up your alley.
According to Penn Live, serial killer Jame Gumb’s (a.k.a. “Buffalo Bill”) house is for sale. The real abode is located in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania which is a suburb of Pittsburgh in Fayette County.
For those of you that have seen the film, then you know this is the place where Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) apprehended the prolific murderer. The beautifully preserved Princess Anne Victorian is three stories tall and is listed with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. Eileen Allan and her sister, Shannon Assad are the agents for the 8 Circle Street property.
What makes the Silence of the Lambs dwelling appealing is it sits on 1.76 acres along the Youghiogheny River which is perfect if you are into outdoor activities. The interior is immaculate with fixtures that date back to 1910.
Hardwood floors, fireplaces and antique wallpaper only enhance the classic ambiance of the place. It also helps that a rose garden and fountain have been added to the front yard which gives the home an elegant estate look.
There is an oversized three car detached garage along with a vintage caboose that is located near the beautiful built-in pool. Hard to believe that this house was in a terrifying movie!
To take the virtual tour, click on this link.
If you would like to own the house, the list price is $298,500. For more information, contact the realtors here.
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