The infamous house from the 1991 film is up for grabs.
A cinematic landmark is currently up for grabs.
The house made infamous in the classic film The Silence of the Lambs by the entertaining evil Buffalo Bill is for sale in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania, just outside of Pittsburgh.
The four-bedroom home sits on nearly 2 acres and according to the NY Post, still has many of the original features seen in the 1991 film - including the dining room table where the encounter with Jodie Foster and Ted Levine happened.
It should also be mentioned that the basement from the film really does exist. While the well was added via a soundstage, the basement is an actual part of the home that is listed for just under $300,000.
Here is the kicker - the listing agent is offering a digital tour of the property right now. Watch the 5-minutes of creepiness below.