Someone Finally Bought That Creepy 'American Horror Story' House

It is actually quite lovely on the inside.
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Personally, I would much rather live in a house with a heated pool rather than one in which Connie Britton was stalked by a dude in a gimp suit—even if it was only for television. But some people might feel this would give a structure more character or value or whatever, like the person who just dropped $3.2 million on American Horror Story's Murder House.

You could call this a great deal because the original asking price was $17 million and the six-bedroom Tudor-style mansion, when cleared of the creeping ivy and bloodthirsty visitors, is actually rather sunny and airy-looking. Take a look:

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

Courtesy of Cameron Carothers/Coldwell Banker

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