Here’s How Much It’d Cost To Buy The Creepy Houses From ‘IT,’ ‘AHS,’ ‘Walking Dead’ And More

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Looking to upgrade to an ultra-creepy new home? Like say, one of the houses from The Conjuring, Stranger Things or The Amityville Horror?

Well, just in case you are, the fine folks over at Which? Mortgage Advisors crunched the numbers to determine how much each of them would cost to buy.

How did they do it? Glad you asked…

Our valuation was approached with the utmost transparency. Ok, some of the legal contracts are slightly longer than normal and the feng shui is a little off. But who doesn’t love a DIY project?

Unfortunately, we haven’t had the opportunity to view the properties ourselves. However, it was the perfect opportunity to rewatch some of the best Halloween movies and scary TV shows. We used a number of factors to determine prices, including local property values.

Of course, not all these houses exist in real life and the properties have been valued purely for entertainment purposes.

Got it? Good.

Since they did this in pounds because they’re British, I converted the prices to American dollars for you. Because I care.

The Walking Dead Farmhouse: $592,085

The Amityville Horror House: $852,444

The IT House: $380,626

The Woman In Black House: $1,806,654

The Stranger Things House: $100,443

The Conjuring House: $301,329

The American Horror Story House: $3,211,536

The Beetlejuice House: $778,434

Here’s some cool graphics they put together showing what each home’s real estate listing might look like…

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So, would you actually live in a house that was purported to be haunted if you could score a major deal on it? Me?

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That doesn’t mean we all can’t visit one though…you know, if we wanted to do such a thing. (Would you want to do such a thing?)

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