If you just so happen to be in the market for a rock 'n' roll mansion filled with "mystery around every corner", well then you're in luck! The former residence of Marilyn Manson located in Hollywood Hills is now for sale, and it'll only cost you $2 million.

Pocket change, right?

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According to LA Curbed, Manson owned the estate from the late '90s to 2004.

The mansion is close to 100-years-old and is listed as needing "full restoration", but man oh man can you image the stories this thing could tell?!

Another notable owner of the residence includes the co-founder of the Rolling Stones' record label, Marshall Chess.

While you would expect a wild, way-out-there estate coming from Marilyn Manson, the mansion is actually quite family-friendly.

The listing does boast a "mystery around every corner" though...

"One of the most unique properties in the history of the Hollywood Hills! Hands down! Walled and gated 3-story sprawling estate c. 1925 situated on THREE separate lots. Unassuming from the San Marco entrance, the property goes from street-to-street down to 2405 Holly Dr. with a gated parking area below. Romantic spiral staircases, grand living room, original touches, decks on every level, and mystery around every corner.

The vast multi-lot includes a 2-story guest house with a wall of windows overlooking a fern grotto with koi pond and naturally fed stream. Relax by the crystal blue pool or meander the trails of the lush and private grounds. Bring walking shoes! Steeped in Hollywood History and folklore. In need of full restoration, this is the perfect upside project for developers looking to make a private luxury compound for the ages."

The house is listed for sale "as-is" for $1,995,000 with an estimated monthly payment of $9,524.44.

There's an open house scheduled for this Sunday, March 10 from 1:00-4:00 P.M., you know, just in case you get the urge to drop a couple mil.

You can check out the official listing for Marilyn Manson's former residence, here.

Is this "mystery" mansion a place you'd be down to own? What other icons' houses would you like to see? Sound off in the comments below!

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