Located at 1428 N Genesee in Los Angeles, the two-story Dutch colonial has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a detached guesthouse with a designer kitchen and bathroom.
The 1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street was the first installment in the franchise then went on to six sequels. The film also marked Johnny Depp's screen debut.
The house was previously acquired by director Lorene Scafaria back in 2013 for $2.1 million. The Los Angeles Times reported that she has decided to move out.
“Highlights include an open, retro-modern kitchen, beautiful built-ins, a grand primary suite, bathrooms en suite to every bedroom, separate laundry room, and multiple work from home options. Patios, terraces, picture windows and countless French doors, maximize the use of the gorgeous grounds. Blue pool, green grass and fragrant citrus trees draw you out and make this an effortless example of the best of indoor-outdoor Southern California living. The detached guest house is charm personified with its own pergola covered patio, kitchen and an additional designer-done bathroom. This elegant traditional was reimagined by an English designer in the mid-2000s, lovingly lived in by the current owner, and a location for some of Hollywood's favorite films, commercials and print. Cinephiles will immediately recognize Wes Craven's iconic Elm Street facade. Located in the heart of Historic Spaulding Square by the Griddle Cafe, Pace Joint, Bristol Farms, Whole Foods, Enigma Coffee, Electric Owl, Orangetheory, Laugh Factory and the newest addition to the neighborhood, Horses. Come check it out!”