Cue “Goodbye Horses,” because now you can live out your very own “Silence of Lambs” nightmare.
The turn-of-the-century home featured in the Jodie Foster classic has hit the market, asking $300,000.
Located at 8 Circle Street in Pennsylvania’s Perry Township, the home was depicted in the film as the residence of the serial killer known as “Buffalo Bill.”
A local news team recently toured the four-bedroom (and alas only one bedroom) and the owners seem to not have been bothered much about how their home was depicted in the film.
Still, brokers seem more wary. The source of home’s notoriety is mentioned nowhere in the listing.
“An outstanding home, nestled in a quaint village, this 1910 Princess Anne home is a standout,” the listing states. [WTAE] — Christopher Cameron