Actor-director Mark Duplass’ Crestline cabin, which his character used to lure an unsuspecting victim in the 2014 indie horror film “Creep,” has attracted a buyer, albeit to a less fatal degree.
The forest-surrounded home has sold for $245,000 after nearly a year on the market, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
A long, winding stairway approaches the wooded retreat, but the ominous vibes end there. Inside, vaulted ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace highlight the cozy floor plan, which connects a living room and dining area.
In the loft-style kitchen, there’s a custom tile floor and wood-and-chrome appliances. Three...