You Can Now Buy the House from 'Silence of the Lambs'

Lotion isn't included, though
You Can Now Buy the House from 'Silence of the Lambs'
If you missed out on buying the house from The Conjuring, you're in luck, as now you have a shot at purchasing the house from The Silence of the Lambs.

Yes, the house that served as the home to deranged serial killer Buffalo Bill can be yours for just under $300,000 USD. However, you'll have to stock it with your own lotion.

The house from the 1991 film is located in Perryopolis, about an hour outside of Pittsburgh, and it just recently hit the market.

As you can see above, the home's exterior is fairly unchanged since the original film. As for the inside, the house has four bedrooms, one bathroom and there are still hardwood floors that should be familiar for fans of the film.

One thing worth noting, though, is the real house doesn't have some big, dark well in the basement for you to trap unsuspecting victims. But the real estate agents do promise there is a brick-lined cellar that's "actually kind of creepy."

You can get a video tour of the house down below.