Buffalo Bill’s house from “Silence of the Lambs” is up for sale. The Queen Anne-style home was used as the set for the psychotic killer’s home in the 1991 film, but has been a fully operational home since then. It’s now listed for $298,500. The four-bedroom home sits on 1.7 acres in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania, along the train tracks featured in the opening shot of the Buffalo Bill scene. The house still has many of its original features, including trim and hardwood floors which are seen in the movie. However, you won’t find a pit with a bucket in the basement—that was filmed at a sound stage.