For those of you shopping for a new home, here's a listing you might be interested in: Count Dracula's castle in Transylvania is now on the market.
The humbly horrific abode is Eastern Europe's biggest tourist attraction accounting for more than half a million visitors every year. Which is odd, since Dracula never actually lived there.
The Huffington Post explains that the castle, nicknamed "Bran," supposedly inspired the castle in Bram Stoker's novel "Dracula." But he apparently never entered the home either.
The castle was built in 1388 and, believe it or not, the new homeowner will have some renovating to do.
Of all the 57 rooms, there's not a single bathroom -- and it's probably lacking a few 21st century touches.
Nonetheless, the owners are reportedly asking for a whopping $79 million. Even if it's outside your budget, we'd at least recommend going to the open house ... if you dare.