Apparently a poppy, hipster renovation will completely make up for the specter of any blade-handed dream-stalkers--the house from A Nightmare on Elm Street just sold only a month after hitting the market, and exactly at asking price. The 1919 house in Spaulding Square played 1428 Elm Street in the '80s films, but was a mess when its current owner bought it in 2006. She did a gut reno (but left the famous facade intact) and listed it for sale in late January for $2.1 million. It went into escrow after a week and, according to Redfin, sold March 1 for $2.1 million.
· A Nightmare on Elm Street House in Hollywood Now Super Hip and Selling For $2.1 Million [Curbed LA]