Iconic “Halloween” Movie House Hits the Market in California


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South Pasadena, CA – Get ready to step into cinematic history! The iconic house featured in the classic horror film “Halloween” is now up for grabs in the heart of South Pasadena. This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of film lore that will send shivers down your spine.

Located at 1103 Fairview Avenue, this historic property has a sinister past as the home of Laurie Strode, played by the legendary Jamie Lee Curtis, in the 1978 film “Halloween.” Horror fans, brace yourselves – you can now own the house that gave birth to cinematic nightmares.

But this property is more than just a spooky relic; it’s a charming and versatile triplex that offers both income potential and a piece of Hollywood history. 

Priced at $1,799,000, this is a chance to invest in a property that has not only witnessed cinematic greatness but also stands as a testament to South Pasadena’s rich heritage.

Built in 1906, this property exudes character and history. The current owners have a deep connection to this place, with family roots tracing back to their grandparents who once called this property home. In 1948, a second structure was cleverly added over the garage, expanding the property’s possibilities.

Its prime location within a walker’s paradise and its proximity to the upcoming Fairview Court multi-use development make it a sought-after investment. New housing, shops, restaurants, and even a live music venue in the old Auditorium are set to transform the area.

For horror aficionados, every corner of this property is filled with nostalgia. The infamous stoop that Jamie Lee Curtis sat on, clutching a pumpkin, is just one of the spine-chilling reminders of its cinematic past.

This property also offers practicality with three units. Unit #1 is a spacious 1-bedroom suite with a bath, living room, dining room, kitchen, pantry, utility room, basement, and a charming river rock porch. Unit #2 boasts 2 bedrooms and 1 bath with a kitchen, while Unit #3 provides 1 bedroom, 1 bath, a living room, and a kitchen.

Each unit features picturesque windows that frame views of the lush neighborhood. Additional amenities include a 2-car garage facing Oxley St, a shared laundry room, and a back patio perfect for gatherings. A cherished fruit-bearing avocado tree, planted by the sellers’ grandfather in the 1940s, adds to the property’s allure.

Don’t miss this unique chance to own a piece of Hollywood history and embrace history, charm, and income potential in one of the most sought-after communities in greater Los Angeles. The “Halloween” house awaits its next chapter – will you be the one to write it?


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