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The glassy home that belonged to legendary horror director Wes Craven who died last yearis on the market for $3.3 million.

Per Variety, Steve McQueen once owned the 3,594 square feet, 3 bed/ 3 bath post and beam house, which was built in 1958. According to the listing from the real estate firm the Altman Brothers enter the home through a "Zen fountain" area. As you can see from the photos, the view ain't too shabby neither: the floor to ceiling walls of glass support "stunning panoramic city/canyon views." Though you might want to to check under the beds if you tour the house.

You could have some famous neighbors, too (obviously.) Variety notes the home is located on a private drive that hosts the residences of Pauly Shore and Balthazar Getty (though both have listed these properties as high-end rentals in the last year).