Fans have pieced together the fact that comedian Bo Burnham’s Netflix hit Inside was filmed… inside the original house from A Nightmare on Elm Street.

The iconic home, whose façade featured prominently as 1428 Elm St. in the Wes Craven horror flick, was listed for sale last week.

Burnham’s fans took to message boards online to connect the dots, pointing out the similarities in rooms featured in Inside to the home’s real estate listing.

The property was purchased by Burnham’s longterm partner and Hustlers filmmaker Lorene Scafaria for US$2.1 million back in 2013.

Now listed for a cool US$3.25 million, 1428 N Genessee Avenue is a long-standing beacon to horror movie fans.

Nearby neighbours include another A Nightmare on Elm Street home, and one from Christine.

“The whole neighbourhood gets the tour bus treatment. People get tickled when they see it,” a representative of realtor Douglas Elliman told the Los Angeles Times.

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“The façade is iconic, but the ties to the movie stop as soon as you walk through the front door. Inside, it’s a beautiful traditional-style space with a modern twist.”

Inside isn’t the first time Burnham has filmed on location at the Elm Street house.

The trailer for his comedy special What features the pool and adjoining pool house, AKA Burnham’s home studio.

The façade also features at the beginning of the video for ‘Repeat Stuff’, which was released in 2014.

It appears that the famous red front door has since been painted black.

Agents Douglas Elliman have gone big on their famous listing, featuring a Freddy Krueger cosplayer in some of their images.

The best news about the home being on the market right now is you can book a tour in time for your Elm Street marathon this weekend. All offers for the home must be in by midnight on Halloween (US time).

Watch Bo Burnham’s ‘Repeat Stuff’: