Historic New Orleans mansion made famous by ‘American Horror Story’ is now for sale

A newly-listed mansion in New Orleans’ Garden District may catch the attention of fans of the “American Horror Story” series.

The grand Greek revival home, located at 1410 Jackson Avenue, is know for its iconic appearance on the FX show’s “Coven” season as the location of Miss Robichaux’s Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies.

The stunning 9,062 square foot mansion with huge white columns and signature cast-iron fencing served as the boarding school for young witches in the horror series and, spoiler alert, was the location where some of the main characters ultimately met their demise.

It was listed Thursday for $4.5 million.

Besides its feature on “AHS,” the 7-bed, 7-bath home also has a great deal of historical significance.

Known as the Buckner Mansion, it was built in 1856 for Henry Sullivan Buckner and stands today as the largest remaining home designed by acclaimed 1800s New Orleans architect Lewis E. Reynolds, according to home’s listing.

The house features a triple parlor, a built out attic, a slate patio, two driveways and a two-car garage.

Though the mansion was featured in multiple exterior “AHS” scenes, the inside of the home was not used in filming.

Known locally as the “Coven mansion,” the home sees its fair share of visitors outside of the gates. It’s not uncommon to see tours there or people taking photos from afar.

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