The home portrayed as Buffalo Bill’s in the award-winning 1991 film “The Silence of the Lambs” is for sale.
The home is located in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania, about an hour outside Pittsburgh and is listed for just under $300,000.
A video tour of the home shows a lot of the Victorian charm inside and outside has remained unchanged. The tour highlights a front room, the kitchen, basement and other rooms used in the movie.
While there is no hole in the basement, there is a cellar, which is “pretty creepy”, according to the realtors, Eileen Allan and SHannon Assad, who toured the home.
The property is roughly 1.7 acres, with a large garage that used to be a general store. The home recently sold in 2015.