Horror movie icon Bela Lugosi's fabled Tudor-style castle in the Hollywood Hills has sold for $2.25 million (£1.4 million).
Lugosi, who made his name on the silver screen as Count Dracula, died in 1956.
His former home, Castle La Paloma, features five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a service wing.
The property was placed on the market in April (11), according to the Los Angeles Times.
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