The iconic home from “Halloween” where Jamie Lee Curtis‘ character once lived has a new owner … making a killing in the sale just in time for the pinnacle night of spooky season.
The South Pasadena, CA home that served as a filming location for the 1978 horror flick has officially sold for $1.68 million — it hit the market last month for $1.8M but hey, still not bad for a place with such a gory pedigree!
TMZ broke the story, the house where teenage Laurie Strode sat out front holding a pumpkin in the film has been turned into a 3-unit property, with the potential for the garage space to be converted into a 4th spot as an ADU (accessory dwelling unit).
The first unit is a large 1-bedroom suite with a large porch, the second has 3 beds and 1 bath, and the third is a 1-bed, 1-bath. In other words, the buyer’s gonna be able to make some great rental income with the space.
The Strode home had been in the real owner’s family their grandparents lived there — building the second structure over the garage back in 1948.
Heidi Babcock and Andrea Marcum-Valentine of eXp Realty of Los Angeles held the listing.
Heads up to the buyer, BTW — watch out for the masked dude with a knife! Just sayin’ …