Want to own a very awesome part of horror movie history? Got $2.1 million? If so, you could own Nancy Thompson's house from "A Nightmare on Elm Street" Parts 1, 2 and "New Nightmare"
The three bedroom home in West Hollywood was built in 1919, and has a swimming pool full of blood (with a badly burned, constantly quipping lifeguard), and a guest house/boiler room full of torture devices in the rear.
In the first "Nightmare" movie, the front door of the house was blue, as you'll remember from the classic shock ending that saw Nancy's dear mother yanked through door's tiny window.
For the second "Nightmare," the door was changed to red, so it would mirror Freddy's childhood home.
FUN FACT! This house was also used in the amazing "Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon". Here's a shot from the flick, featuring Kane "Jason Vorhees" Hodder as an "Elm Street Resident".