Source: LA Times—
Welcome back to the Real Estate newsletter. As cobwebs and skeletons adorn the porches of homes across California, one listing in Spaulding Square is getting into the Halloween spirit more than any other.
Hallowed in Halloween history, the Dutch Colonial-style abode famously served as the façade for the protagonist’s house in Wes Craven’s classic slasher flick “A Nightmare on Elm Street.” It surfaced for sale this week at $3.25 million alongside a spooky batch of listing photos that show Freddy Kreuger making himself at home in the two-story house.
The agents will be handing out candy to trick-or-treaters there on Halloween, but don’t wait until then if you want to make an offer. They’re due by midnight Oct. 31.