The house where Jamie Lee Curtis‘ character from “Halloween” once lived is up for sale … and a true horror fan can get the keys — if they have a decent chunk of change to spend.
The L.A.-area property is the fictional Haddonfield, Illinois home of teenager Laurie Strode, and can be yours for $1.7 million. Fans of the flick will recognize the house from the scene where she sat on the front stoop holding a pumpkin.
The home’s been in the fam for generations, long before filming began in 1978. The seller’s granddad planted an avocado tree on the property that’s been there since the ’40s.
It’s been carved up into 3-units, so whoever buys it can pocket some rental income.
The area is being revitalized … a nearby school is being repurposed with shops, restaurants and even a live music venue.
Heidi Babcock and Andrea Marcum-Valentine of eXp Realty of Los Angeles hold the listing … and no, Michael Myers is not included.