The historic American Horror Story mansion is up for sale. The Los Angeles mansion that is featured on FX's hit series will likely go up for sale in 2012 for $17 million, People magazine reported.

The mansion, located at 1120 Westchester Place, is a three-storey home with a grand ballroom (formerly a chapel, now used as a recording studio). It has six bedrooms and five bathrooms.

The 30,000-square foot property, designed by architect Alfred Rosenheim, has been listed by real estate agent Joe Babjian.

The mansion has been declared as Los Angeles cultural monument because of its Tiffany stained glass windows, six vintage fireplaces, and a dining room with antique gold and silver hand-painted ceiling.

The AHS cast shot the pilot episode in the actual house, but have been shooting the series on an exact replica of the house.

I would never, ever want to live in that house. It's old and creepy and the whole atmosphere there is really terrifying, Evan Peters, one of the stars on the series, told People magazine last month.