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American Horror Story House Back on the Market For $7.8M

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Like a vengeful spirit that refuses to stay at rest, the spooky old L.A. mansion from the first season of FX's campy and outrageous American Horror Story is back on the market once again. While the circa 1904 Alfred Rosenheim–designed home was far-and-away the star of the early show, the last time we saw it listed, for a whopping $17M—up from $4.5M and eventually dropped back down to $6M—it was clear that the limelight had given the place an overinflated sense of self-worth. This time around, the 15,000-square-foot, six-bedroom beaut is asking for $7.849M, which is still no small chunk of change for the brick-and-stone embodiment of a late-career Vincent Price monologue. Which isn't to say that Tiffany stained-glass windows, Batchelder tile fireplaces, and antique gold and silver leaf ceilings are anything less than lovely; it's just that it would just be nice to see the sequel-after-sequel b-movie saga that is this home's appraisal meet some kind of satisfying conclusion. Barring that, its fabulously creepy interior, like that of the eerily beautiful Antebellum abode featured in the current season of the show, still makes for great perusing. Here, have a peep:

· American Horror Story House for Sale [Realtor.com]
· 1120 Westchester Pl [Realtor.com]