Earlier in the week the house which was used to film Wes Cravens Nightmare on Elm Street went on the market. And now it looks like the 1428 Elm Street property is finally going to sell as an offer to buy the house has been accepted.
The agent that sold this home at the very least owes you horror fans a big thank you for all the free marketing the house received online. The post, which generated a ton of views, went viral and was was shared all over the Internet.
The home, that Wes Craven first made famous in 1984, was listed for a whopping $2.1 million. Built in 1919 in West Hollywood, this iconic house which boasts 2700 square feet is now officially off the market.There is no word right now as to the lucky buyer of the house is.