You can now own a little (well, quite large actually) piece of Hollywood history.
The Alfred F. Rosenheim mansion, the Los Angeles palace used as the backdrop for FX's creepy hit series American Horror Story, has hit the market for a cool $17 million, and RadarOnline.com has the photos, courtesy of Realtor.com.
The 15,000-square-foot, three-story home, designed by Rosenheim, a famous architect, also boasts a grand ballroom (which is currently used as a recording studio); Tiffany glass doors, light fixtures and windows.
The home reads like a who's who of Hollywood history, as the following shows have all filmed at the historic dwelling: Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dexter, Dragnet, Hill Street Blues, Six Feet Under, Crime Story, The Twilight Zone, The X-Files, Wiseguy, Law & Order, Ghost Whisperer, NCIS, The Closer, Nurse Jackie, CSI New York, Miami Vice, The Unit, Beverly Hills 90210, Cold Case, Angel, The Mentalist, 24, Police Story, CHIPS, Criminal Minds, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, SWAT, ADAM 12, Monk, Las Vegas, Grey's Anatomy, Bones and Californication.
In addition, it's been used for photo shoots by some of the world's most renown shutterbugs, including Annie Leibovitz, Herb Ritts and Terry Richardson.
For more info, check out the house’s official website.