The residence for sale in Towson has three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and a two-car garage on a half-acre lot near a golf course.
The house at 600 Lake Drive was used as the home of Beverly Sutphin, the knife-wielding homemaker portrayed by Kathleen Turner in the 1994 movie “Serial Mom,” written and directed by filmmaker John Waters.
The house appears in the opening scene and throughout the movie as other members of the Sutphin family go about their daily lives, oblivious to Serial Mom’s penchant for making obscene phone calls, devouring crime novels and killing people who get on her nerves. Now it’s ready for a new family.
The listing agent for the Serial Mom house is Alex Hodges of Cottage Street Realty in Northern Virginia and is priced at $630,000. What a killer deal!