Hopefully Freddy Krueger won’t be bothering the new owners of the house made famous on A Nightmare on Elm Street.
The property from the classic 1984 horror film — followed by six sequels — hit the market with an asking price of $3.25 million.
The Dutch Colonial home is located at 1428 N Genesee in Los Angeles, but served as the establishing shot for Ohio in the legendary movie, starring Heather Langenkamp, John Saxon, Ronee Blakley and Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger.
Johnny Depp also made his film debut in the supernatural slasher film about teenagers on Elm Street who are killed in their sleep by a vengeful ghost powered by his victim's fear.
Luckily, discerning buyers won't need to sing Krueger's haunting nursery rhyme to have him show them around the home, as he took it upon himself to offer up a tour.
Scroll through to see photos of the horror-film-home-turned-colorful-retreat.
Krueger was on hand to show prospective buyers the three-bedroom, four-bathroom home.
The bright dining room with French doors leading to the lawn is off the entryway.
Despite Krueger's dark demeanor, the retro-modern kitchen with orange countertops brightens up the place.
The colorful open-concept kitchen offers an island with bar seating and a breakfast dining area, only steps away from the manicured grounds.
The crisp white walls in the living room — that offers built-in cabinetry and a fireplace — are complimented by the natural light seeping in through the French doors.
The unique archways throughout the home are just an added bonus to the stunning property.
There are bathrooms ensuite to every bedroom.
What better way to relax after watching A Nightmare on Elm Street than soaking in the built-in tub.
Apart from a coordinated office space, the home comes with a separate laundry room.
The new owners can enjoy some peace and quiet out on the balcony, patio or lounge chairs by the pool.
The abode also has a detached guesthouse with its own covered patio.
The lush greenery offers the utmost in privacy and seclusion.
One of the extra bedrooms could be turned into a gym or second office.
The two-story home offers magnificent walnut floors weaving through archways, the listing reported.