Itching to grab a complete Dracula collection? This swanky LA pad was once owned by Count Dracula himself.
Of course I’m referring to Bela Lugosi, who portrayed Dracula in the 1931 film of the same name.
The Dracula art in the staging is certainly a nice touch.
This home sold last July for $2.6 million. It was listed again this March for $4.2 million, then re-listed on Wednesday (June 25th) with a new low price of just $4,067,000. Still quite a bit cheaper than the $80 million asking price for Dracula’s Castle in Romania.
No word on whether the disembodied arm on the dining room table conveys.
No idea what’s going on staging-wise in this room. We’ve got a deer-leg table, a fairly modern-looking iron cube ceiling lamp, and some kind of crazy tentacled metal standing lamp. With a traditional Persian rug.
The bathroom without any mirror is a nice touch, though.