Ever wanted to live in the house from House on Haunted Hill? Well, now you can!!
"Known as the world famous Ennis House, this 6,000 square foot abode was built in 1924 by architect Frank Loyd Wright. Inspired in its design by Mayan temples, it served as the exterior set for William Castle’s classic spook show, House on Haunted Hill. It has four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and a malevolent spirit hell bent on revenge! Or at least the one in the movie did. The real Ennis House is probably evil spirit free. Probably.
In addition to The House On Haunted Hill, the Ennis House has appeared in quite a few movies over the years. Most famously it served as Deckard’s apartment in Ridley Scott’s sci-fi opus Blade Runner.You might have also seen it in Twin Peaks, Diamonds Are Forever, The Thirteenth Floor, The Day of the Locust, The Karate Kid Part III, and Rush Hour. It even shows up in a few episodes of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. The mansion was badly damaged in 1994 after the Northridge earthquake destabilized its foundation. But after significant restoration the Ennis House is back to looking its best. Just in time for you to move in!"
And all for the low, low price of 23 million dollars!! Would be an awesome home to live in, but I'd never use nearly any of that square footage.