The “American Horror Story” Mansion Could Be Yours

Do you have with it takes to live in a hunted house? In 2012, you'll be able to find out as the the spooky mansion that serves as the haunted house in the hit horror-drama television series American Horror Story will reportedly be available for purchase for a staggering $17 million. The sweet pad, named the Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion, features six bedrooms, a bevy of Tiffany stained glass windows and light fixtures, and if you're a believer in the paranormal, lots of ghosts. View the listing.

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Do you have with it takes to live in a hunted house? In 2012, you'll be able to find out as the the spooky mansion that serves as the haunted house in the hit horror-drama television series American Horror Story will reportedly be available for purchase for a staggering $17 million. The sweet pad, named the Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion, features six bedrooms, a bevy of Tiffany stained glass windows and light fixtures, and if you're a believer in the paranormal, lots of ghosts. View the listing.
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The Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion is also a Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument (#660 to be exact). The cast and crew shot the pilot in the bone-chilling home, but they've reverted to a replica stage in episodes since.
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The grand three-story mansion sits on a 30,000-square-foot lot in country club park. For fans of the hit show, you'll be seeing a lot more of this house because the show recently got renewed for a second season.
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Another view of the home's living room, which features a beamed ceiling, rich wood paneling, and one of the six original tile fireplaces in the crib.
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Tiffany stained glass windows are scattered throughout the grand three-story mansion.
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A view of the game room in the 15,000-square-foot home. The house isn't officially on the market yet and only available for a tour to non-gawking, pre-qualified buyers.
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Evan Peters who plays Tate on the hit show reportedly told People last month all about his aversion to living in the bone-chilling home, "I would never, ever want to live in that house. It's old and creepy and the whole atmosphere there is really terrifying." Yikes.
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Despite its terrifying nature, the home itself is chock full of original details that are all quite charming.
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The formal dining room features gorgeous antique gold and silver leaf hand-painted ceilings.
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A close look at one of the many colorful original and totally not horrifying Tiffany stained glass windows that adorn the pricey home.
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Ironically, the horror-drama television series was created and is produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, the men behind the musical comedy-drama series Glee, which is completely opposite of the dark American Horror Story.
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A view of the home's grounds. The estate also boasts a grand ballroom, which was once a chapel back in the day. The current owners are currently using the grand ballroom as a ghost-free recording studio.
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