Here’s a real-estate opportunity for the hardcore horror fan: the Pennsylvania house used as Buffalo Bill’s home in The Silence of the Lambs is up for sale with an asking price of $300,000.

Sadly, Bill’s labyrinthine murder basement isn’t part of the deal; it was created on a sound stage. But, as the photos on the Realtor’s listing show, the ground floor looks just as it did when Agent Starling visited. According to the owners, it was chosen for the film for its “spider web” layout. Plus there’s a cute gazebo out back.

And if you want to build an entire horror-buff lifestyle around your home purchase, it’s just an hour’s drive from the Monroeville Mall, where Dawn of the Dead was filmed.

[Pittsburgh Tribune Review via Neatorama]

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