It rubs the lotion on its skin — then everyone goes out back to enjoy a swim.

The once-frightening Pennsylvania house that serial killer Buffalo Bill called home in “Silence of the Lambs” is being converted to a bed and breakfast, featuring an in-ground pool and only steps from the Youghiogheny River.

There’s also a vintage railroad caboose in the backyard which, according to Trib Live, could be turned into a pool house. New York City native Chris Rowan — a theatrical art director who purchased the property last month — says his plans to spruce up the 111-year-old house includes decor that will appeal to “Lambs” fans.

“It has transcended from being a film to really a part of pop culture,” he said.

That includes recreating some form of the well where the film’s villain kept his prisoners, forcing them to apply lotion to their bodies, which he planned to skin and collect to make a suit of human flesh. The Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins classic turned 30 years old over the weekend.

“I’m not going to dig into the Earth, but I want to install something along the lines of the film and give fans a pretty unique photo opportunity,” Rowan said.

The 2,400 square-foot Queen Anne Victorian home is in Fayette County, Pa., roughly a six-hour drive from New York City. It reportedly has four bedrooms, several fireplaces and a wraparound porch. Its previous owner, who worked for the FBI just like Foster’s character in the movie, put the home on the market for just under $300,000 in October. He’d advertised the Hollywood house of horror as a real-life “paradise on earth.”