By Lanford Beard
Updated December 14, 2011 at 04:20 PM EST

American Horror Story

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  • FX

Considering it’s been an ongoing plotline on American Horror Story that the unhappy Harmon family couldn’t sell their home (a.k.a. “Murder House”) if their lives depended on it — and, yes, those are actually the stakes — will the real-life abode featured on Ryan Murphy’s latest show fare any better? The 15,000-square-foot house, located in L.A.’s Country Club Park, recently hit the market.

Some of the highlights:

  • Six bedrooms for making demon babies and losing your afterlife virginity
  • Five spacious bathrooms where mistresses can luxuriate and psychopaths can murder nurses
  • A Halloween party-ready grand ballroom — just be careful when bobbing for apples!
  • Tiffany stained glass windows to stylishly shield homeowners from nosy neighbors and leering, disfigured men
  • Six vintage-tile fireplaces with accompanying pokers (gently used)
  • A formal dining room, ideal for indulging in your hankering for raw brains
  • A large solarium in case the fertile soil in the background isn’t enough to satisfy your green thumb

The house is available for a mere $4.5 million. (We’re assuming the jars of fetuses and sundries in the basement aren’t included in the asking price.)

What do you think, PopWatchers? Would you live in Murder House?

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American Horror Story

An anthology series that centers on different characters and locations, including a haunted house, an insane asylum, a witch coven, a freak show, and a hotel.

  • TV Show
  • 9
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  • Ryan Murphy
  • FX
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