You don’t have to buy the ‘Silence Of The Lambs’ house to see inside
However, you don't have to buy the property to see what's inside.
For those that need a little refresher, Buffalo Bill was one of the main antagonists in The Silence Of The Lambs. Portrayed by actor Ted Levine, Buffalo Bill was a serial killer who murdered overweight women and skinned them to make a “woman suit” for himself.
Now, Jame “Buffalo Bill” Gumb’s actual house in the 1991 movie is looking for some new occupants. The infamous property is located in the Fayette County community of Layton, Pennsylvania.
The property was last sold in 2016 for $195,000 to an owner who was a fan of The Silence Of The Lambs. The house has since been put back on the market, but fans don't have to travel far or dig deep into the pockets to see what's inside the property.
A new video tour of the home has been shared online that takes Silence Of The Lambs fans back inside the house for the first time since 1991. The virtual tour features footage of the entire property including the front yard, the kitchen and yes, even the infamous basement.
The basement may not actually have the well that's seen in the film, but it does have that creepy old cold cellar we all remember.
The home has a lot of its original decor from the 1990s and has a history that dates back even further than the Academy Award-winning movie. The three-story, four-bedroom house sits on 1.7 acres along the Yough River and is listed at $298,500. The house was built in 1910 next to land that was once owned by George Washington.
The home’s listing is available to view here and the virtual tour is below.
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