Fans of "American Horror Story" may have a hard time dissociating Los Angeles's Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion from the multitude of horrors that plagued the home in season one, but in reality, the historic Tudor-style home is a far cry from frightening. With Tiffany stained-glass, period light fixtures, Peruvian mahogany paneling, a gym and a recording studio, the six-bedroom, five-bathroom home is both beautiful and luxurious. And its new owners will soon be able to enjoy all of the gorgeous amenities, after purchasing the home for $3.2 million, according to .
The stately mansion was first listed for $4.5 million in 2011, but it appeared in AHS as "Murder House," the haunted home of the Harmon family, the price was raised to $17 million in 2012. And now, after several years on the market, the mansion sold for a price considerably less than the original asking price. And although the mansion's time on "American Horror Story," wasn't enough to increase its value, the new owners can expect fans of the show to continue flocking to the location to snap photos of the famous facade. Take a look at the photos below to see what the house really looks like inside, and don't worry, Rubber Man isn't hiding in any of them.
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