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Bo Burnham's longtime girlfriend, director Lorene Scafaria, is selling her Los Angeles home.
The real estate listing says the home was where "Nightmare on Elm Street" was filmed in 1984.
Photos of the home also make it clear that Burnham filmed his special "Inside" in the guest house.
This week's news reports that the house where "A Nightmare On Elm Street" was filmed is for sale drew new attention when fans realized the same home was used to film Bo Burnham's Netflix special "Inside."
The house, located in Los Angeles, is currently owned by Burnham's longtime girlfriend and critically acclaimed film director Lorene Scafaria. The main house is known to fans of "A Nightmare On Elm Street," a seminal 1984 horror movie. The official description for the home says that "cinephiles will immediately recognize Wes Craven's iconic Elm Street facade."
But Burnham's special is a more contemporary visual reference that fans can't miss.
For people who have watched Burnham's 'Inside,' the guest house in the backyard is a more recognizable landmark
Photos of the guest house (provided to Insider by Douglas Elliman) show the structure's distinctive arched divider between a small living space and the kitchenette. Burnham set up his props, lighting equipment, and other production items in various places throughout the small space where "Inside" was filmed.
Burnham also used this same guest house to film the outro of his 2016 Netflix special, "Make Happy." The special concludes with Burnham playing piano in the guest house before he walks outside to meet Scafaria (and their dog) on the back porch of the main home.
Burnham symbolically linked "Make Happy" to the opening section of "Inside," which shows Burnham reentering the guest house right before the "Netflix presents" title card appears.
There are little details consistent between Burnham's special (which was filmed during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and early 2021) and the current photos. The ceiling fan and kitchen cabinets and sink are all recognizable from Burnham's special.
The LA Times reports that Scafaria bought the house in 2013 for $2.1 million, and is now selling it with an asking price of $3.25 million. Heather T. Roy and Learka Bosnak of Douglas Elliman Real Estate are listing the house, and said in a statement provided to Insider that offers for the property can be accepted on or before midnight on October 31.
Burnham and Scafaria began dating around the same time she purchased the house. The couple has kept their relationship very private, only occasionally referencing one another on social media or at awards ceremonies.
The credits for "Inside" say the special was "recorded live in Bo Burnham's house." The next, and final, title card says: "For Lor, for everything."
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