‘Silence of the Lambs’ House Where Serial Killer Buffalo Bill Lived for Sale

Pennsylvania home served as lair of murderer played by Ted Levine in 1991 film

Fans of “Silence of the Lambs,” get ready to put your lotion in this four-bedroom basket.

The Fayette County, Pennsylvania, house that served as the home of serial killer Buffalo Bill (played by Ted Levine) in the 1991 Best Picture winner has gone on the market for $300,000.

The Victorian house sits on a 1.76 acre lot and features a four-car garage, an in-ground pool, original wood floors, and a refurbished train car that serves as a pool house according to the Realtor.com listing.

But for the truly macabre home buyer, you are out of luck. The infamous basement that Buffalo Bill used to imprison and ultimately murder a number of women was not filmed in the house, but rather on a sound stage.

Nevertheless, the three story, 2334 sq ft. home would provide a buyer plenty of room to dance around to the tune of “Goodbye Horses.”