The Pittsburgh house that was used as the home of serial killer "Buffalo Bill" in "The Silence of the Lambs" is up for sale. The couple that owns it are in their 60s, and they're asking $300,000.

It's a five-bedroom house that was built in 1910. The foyer and dining room were shown in the movie.

Here's what the listing says:

An outstanding home, nestled in a quaint village, this 1910 Princess Anne home is a standout Perhaps that is why it was chosen to be featured in the Silence of the Lambs movie A near perfect expression of comfort w its wraparound verandah or its prominent staircase of paneled walls of oak, this home is a statement of taste and prosperity Plentiful outdoor activities from the inground pool, oversized shop/garage, or nearby fishing, hiking and even boating Take a peek inside to see why this home is famous. 4 bedrooms about 2400 square feet on first and second floors. Full attic. Full basement. House sits on 1.76 acres. There is an oversized garage, that can house four plus vehicles, and still have room for a work shop. The home is in beautiful condition, with all original moldings, doors, pocket doors, built ins, fireplaces with over mantles. All original glass door knobs, even the original skeleton keys. The front door is the door that Agent Starling knocked on and Jame Gumb answered. The dining room is where Jame Gumb had the drawer opened and fumbled with cards when Agent Starling pulled her automatic weapon, and he scurried away. The there is the there really a pit in the basement, or is all just movie magic? Just put on the lotion, and come see this home and find out!!!!

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