Kat Von D’s ‘Cheaper By the Dozen’ movie mansion on sale for $15M

Steve Martin not included. 

Tattoo artist Kat Von D has listed her Victorian LA mansion — which also happens to be the set of the 2003 flick “Cheaper By the Dozen” — for a cool $15 million. 

While the over 12,000-square-foot property looked warm and familial in the movie adaptation, listing photos show that Von D, 39, has transformed the space into a chic horror movie set with a personal touch, TMZ first reported.

The lush landscaping significantly mutes any real nightmare vibes, but the blood-red outdoor swimming pool and brick work — not to mention statues and a multitude of peaked roofs — give even the marketing photos Draculean energy. 

Interested buyers will get a lot more to work with than a vampire aesthetic, though: The three-story main home has 11 beds, 8½ baths and is located in Los Angeles proper. It was built in 1896, giving it plenty of years to accumulate actual ghosts in addition to spooky decor. 

There is a separate carriage house on the property.realtor.com

The home features a blood-red pool. realtor.com

Many of the original details have been retained.realtor.com

The three-story main home has 11 beds, 8½ baths and is located in Los Angeles proper.realtor.com

A separate carriage house on the property also features two bedrooms and a bathroom over a garage. In total, the gated home includes seven fireplaces.

“The traditional floor plan offers a grand salon that seamlessly flows to the library/den and formal living room/sitting room,” the listing noted, adding that the dining room is lined with paneling and leaded stained-glass windows. 

The gardens and pool area can be accessed through numerous exits, as well as a secret door hidden inside a bar. 

One of the home’s 13 total bedrooms.realtor.com

A modern HVAC system has been installed around the original details.realtor.com

The color red is a popular feature in the home.realtor.com

On the top floor, there is another living space that doubles as a theater, its stage featuring the original footlights, with a bar and kitchenette and a “dramatic turret side room.” 

The modern multi-zone HVAC system was “painstakingly installed” so as not to disturb the original wood and plasterwork.

The dining room is lined with paneling and leaded stained-glass windows. realtor.com

The property is gated.realtor.com

Another view of the scarlet pool and surrounding area.realtor.com

One of the mansion’s 8½ baths.realtor.com