‘Silence of the Lambs’ house is up for sale and it’s just in time for Halloween

Silence Of The Lambs

The home of the infamous character Buffalo Bill from the 1991 hit film “Silence of the Lambs” is up for sale. The 140-year-old house has an extensive history behind it as well. It served as a train station and a post office in the 1880s. It also served as a general store, and a garage for a short time. There are also rumors that the location is haunted.

The house is located in Perryoplois, Pennsylvania, and is listed for just under $300,000. The 3 story Victorian is located on 1.76 acres of land and it sits along the Youghiogheny River. The house has original hardwood floors, doors, fireplace, and woodwork. The house has had some recent updates like the wrap-around porch and gazebo. There’s even a rose bed garden and fountain on the property for you to enjoy.

Fans of the movie will recognize the original foyer where Clarice speaks with Buffalo Bill. The basement is a spooky spot that some think is already haunted. Check out the video below we found and let us know your thoughts. Would you be brave enough to own this house?

Video Source – The Sisters Sold It

Video Source – New York Post

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