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Horror movie house placed on the market

The home featured in the show "American Horror Story" was recently placed on the market.

The home featured in the show "American Horror Story" was recently placed on the market.

Moving trucks might soon be seen outside the house that was the set for the pilot episode of the FX show "American Horror Story," as the property was recently placed on the market.

The three-story, 10,440-square-foot historical brick home in Los Angeles is now up for sale for $4.5 million.

Features of the house, which is also known as the Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion, include six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a grand ballroom and Tiffany light fixtures. The home has six vintage tile fireplaces, a formal dining room that has antique gold and silver-leaf hand-painted ceilings and a set of Tiffany glass doors.

Although the home was used for the pilot episode of the FX show and the rest of the episodes were filmed at a replica set, the actors feel like they're still in the house when they're on the set.

"When we’re on the set, it feels like we’re in that house, to the point where on the set you know if you run up the stairs to the second floor, it kind of ends," Connie Britton, an actress from the show, told the Washington Post. "It sort of just ends into nothingness, like you could actually eventually walk off of a platform."

The average value of homes in Los Angeles is $358,100, according to Zillow.