It puts the house on the market or else it gets the hose again.
The 3-story Victorian home from "The Silence of the Lambs" – yes, the one used to hold Buffalo Bill’s skinsuit victims -- has hit the market, for a very reasonable price.
The 5-bedroom home, an hour south of Pittsburgh, was built in 1910 and its owners have barely changed a thing since the movie that won Best Picture was shot there in 1990.
Asking price ... $300k.
There are plenty of amenities ... a pool and a vintage caboose that doubles as a pool house.
The place comes with photos the homeowners took during filming, and a signed book with the inscription, "Thank you so much for letting us use your beautiful house for our scary movie," signed by Jodie Foster and director Jonathan Demme.
There's also a wraparound porch ... perfect for enjoying a nice glass of Chianti.