Location: Los Angeles
Price: $17 million
Square Footage: 29,999
This mansion was built in 1907 by and for the architect Alfred F. Rosenheim. In 2011, it became the set of the "Murder House" for first episode of the FX series "American Horror Story," which was recreated as a set for later episodes (as was done with one home in the TV series "Nashville").
The house has a website advertising its availability for other film and TV shoots as well.
The three-story house has Tiffany features galore: stained glass windows, leaded glass display cases, light fixtures, even a pair of Tiffany glass doors. Other antique details include wood floors and paneling and six tile fireplaces. The formal dining room has a gold- and silver-leaf hand-painted ceiling. The Rosenheim mansion also has a grand ballroom, formerly a chapel, that's been used as a recording studio. It was listed for sale for $4.5 million in 2011, and for $17 million with Rodeo Realty's Joe Babajian last year, but the property listing now states "unavailable."