Fans of "The Silence of the Lambs" may now have the opportunity to buy the lair of one of the movie's notorious killers. A Pittsburgh-area home that was used as the filming location of the home of the skin-removing serial killer, Buffalo Bill, has been placed on the market.

The home where Jame Gumb aka Buffalo Bill (Ted Levine) kept his victims and did his dirty work in the 1991 film is for sale, according to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty. The home is listed at $300,000.

Located in Perry Township, Pennsylvania, the 1910 Princess Anne home sits on 1.76 acres of land and has four bedrooms and one full bathroom. There is also an inground pool and a large garage that can house four-plus vehicles with enough room for a workshop.

The dining room is where Buffalo had the drawer opened and fumbled with cards when Agent Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) pulled her gun on him as he ran away. Watch the scene below:

There's a full basement in the home, but it’s unclear if there is actually a pit in the basement as there was in the movie. The property description gives just enough information to whet our appetite: “The pit...now there is the question...is there really a pit in the basement, or is it all just movie magic? Just put on the lotion, and come see this home and find out!!!!”

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review said the house has been owned by Scott and Barbara Lloyd since December 1976. They were approached by a movie producer in 1989, who was scouting possible locations for a film. The house was ultimately chosen and the scenes were shot in three days in 1990.

TMZ reports collector's items are also included with the sale of the house. Some of the items are photos the homeowners took during filming and a "Silence of the Lambs" book signed by Foster and director Jonathan Demme.

"The Silence of the Lambs" starred Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins. Hopkins portrayed Dr. Hannibal Lecter, a killer known for eating his victims. Foster's character had to turn to Lecter for help in tracking down Buffalo Bill before he claimed another victim. 

See photos of the home below:

Silence of the Lambs Home A view from the street of the home where Buffalo Bill resided in "The Silence of the Lambs," now for sale in Perry Township, Pennsylvania. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty.

Buffalo Bill Home A view of the right side of the Circle Street home in western Pennsylvania. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Back Deck The back deck of the home has a dome-shaped gazebo built over it. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Train Tracks Train tracks run near the home where parts of "The Silence of the Lambs" was filmed. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty.

Vintage Caboose A vintage caboose, which doubles as a pool house, sits on the property. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Third Bedroom The third bedroom of the home is 13x12 feet. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Bedroom One of the bedrooms has dual closets and a rear staircase. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Master Bedroom The master bedroom is 16x15 feet and has a walk-in closet. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Grand Foyer The grand foyer is complete with oak paneling. This is where Clarice (Jodie Foster) and Buffalo Bill (Ted Levine) came to face-to-face towards the end of the film. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Living Room The living room has two sets of pocket doors. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Parlor There is the home's winter parlor, complete with a working gas fireplace. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Dining Room The dining room comes with a built-in china cabinet. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Kitchen The kitchen area is a place to enjoy some fava beans and a nice Chianti. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

Ext Clo Up Built Date The 105-year-old home is filled with history. Photo: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty