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Tour the American Horror Story House in L.A

August 18, 2015
Take a tour of the magnificent mansion that stars in the hit FX series.
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Rosenheim Mansion

This historic masterpiece is more than just a home – it's a celebrity. Built in 1908 by architect Alfred F. Rosenheim as his own personal residence, the 14,000-square-foot estate has served as a filming location for dozens of movies and television shows, including The X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Twilight Zone and, most recently, American Horror Story: Murder House.

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Grand Foyer

Without the eerie set dressings of American Horror Story, the wood-paneled foyer provides a warm welcome. The space offers a preview of the home's unique blend of Victorian, European and Craftsman architecture.

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Distinctive Details

An abundance of vintage light fixtures and Tiffany stained-glass windows have been preserved throughout the residence. The home's original intercom system also remains intact.

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Front Parlor

Found just off the foyer, the elegant front parlor features a fireplace, a bay window and beamed ceilings. The walls are lined with mahogany wood, a sign of wealth and sophistication at the time the home was built.

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