The iconic home from the classic horror film “Silence of the Lambs” is officially on the market. Buffalo Bill’s home located near Pittsburgh, Pa. can be yours just in time for Halloween.
This 1910 three-story home features four bedrooms, one bathroom and a three-car garage. The property spans across 1.7 acres of land with a spacious yard, a fountain, an antique caboose, and an in-ground swimming pool.
The Fayette County neighborhood where the house is located also has ties to American history. The large garage used to serve as the Layton General Store and Train Station back in the 1880’s. The house also sits adjacent to property previously owned by George Washington.
The home is listed with Eileen Allan and Shannon Assad, a powerhouse real estate duo known as “The Sisters” at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty.
The Sisters see a future for this property as the ideal home for cinephiles, horror fans or even a themed “Silence of the Lambs” Airbnb. It’s also a prime location for anybody simply looking for a rural, peaceful home near Pittsburgh.
The house is currently listed at a killer deal of $298,500. Private showings begin Saturday, Oct. 3, and you can view the listing here.
For more information about 8 Circle St. in Perryopoplis, Pa., email The Sisters at TheSistersSoldIt@gmail.com.