The Alfred F. Rosenheim estate, popularly known as the "Murder House" featured on the FX series "American Horror Story," is listed for sale by luxury real estate agent Joe Babajian.

The asking price for the Los Angeles mansion is $5 million.

Built as a private home in 1908, the 1120 Westchester Place estate is a private palace with an appearance as intriguing as its history.

Hollywood producers have long flocked to Rosenheim mansion to capture its splendor on screen, most recently as the setting for the first season of mystery thriller "American Horror Story."

The estate has also been prominently displayed in films and TV shows, including "Old Blue Eyes," starring Frank Sinatra in the '50s; the Halloween-themed season 4 episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer;" and 2002's "Spider-Man." Other shows featuring the residence include "CSI Miami," "Law & Order," "The Mentalist," "Criminal Minds," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Californication," among others.

Since being declared Los Angeles historic cultural monument in 1999, the 14,201-square-foot estate has been the primary residence of music producer John Gocha and Greta von Steinbauer. It boasts a recording studio in the grand ballroom, formerly a chapel. In addition, the three-story home has six bedrooms, five bathrooms and a solarium overlooking its landscaped ground that include a private pine forest.