LOS ANGELES (CBS News/Marketwatch) – Fans of the hit FX series “American Horror Story” wouldn’t even consider spending a night in the gorgeous but super scary home that is the center of the popular series but the real-life estate is now for sale.

According to CBS Marketwatch, the Los Angeles home which is known as the Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion, named for its famed architect, can be yours for the bargain price of $4.5 million.

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“American Horror Story” centers on a creepy house which has been the scene of countless violent deaths over the years. Unaware of its supernatural past and ghostly inhabitants, a family of three moves into the restored mansion looking for a fresh start. Instead, they find themselves face to face with the restless spirits that patrol the property.

Alfred Rosenheim designed and built the historic estate in the early 1900s as a single family home and it eventually became a convent.

The pilot episode for “American Horror Story” was shot on location at the house, while the rest of the series was filmed on sets that are exact replicas of the mansion.

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The home is more than 10-thousand square-feet and boosts six-bedrooms, blue and green Tiffany stained-glass doors, six vintage tile fireplaces, lofty ceilings, grand arches and solid wood beams.

The main foyer features an elegant wooden staircase with a handy nook for candelabras, perfect for recreating the eerie atmosphere that makes the show so popular. There’s also a grand ballroom – the ideal spot for hosting scary Halloween house parties.

While there is no mention of ghosts in the listing, the house is described as a “one-of-a-kind residence that evokes the quality and grandeur of a bygone era.” With all the opulent amenities, it’s easy to see why this house of horrors is a Hollywood landmark.

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For a look inside the home, check out this YouTube video of the Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion.