A cultural landmark popularized by the television show “American Horror Story” is back on the market in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Known as the Alfred F. Rosenheim Mansion, the home made famous by Hollywood horror was built by the German-American architect of that name in 1904 and offers six bedrooms and nearly 7,600 square feet.
As many viewers of the popular FX horror drama know, the three-story brick-and-stone home features handsome wood-trim finishes, Tiffany glass windows and period-style light fixtures and ceilings. It has a sunroom, a basement with a hidden room and a converted chapel that now houses a ballroom, a recording studio and a car collection.
The historic horror story home has gone on and off the market a number of times over the last few years. The property was shopped for as much as $17 million in early 2012, but saw its price slashed by $11 million later on that year. This time around, the Rosenheim Mansion has relisted for the tidy sum of $7.85 million.