Massachusetts house of Lizzie Borden indexed for $890Ok

A space that when belonged to suspected ax assassin Lizzie Borden is up on the market.

The Victorian-style house in Fall River, Mass, the place Borden lived till her loss of life in 1927, used to be just lately indexed with Century 21 for $890,000.

The valuables itself, positioned at 306 French St., is indirectly attached to the notorious murders of Borden’s father and stepmother (they have been killed at a separate place of abode in Fall River), however it’s nonetheless regarded as a ancient landmark by way of true crime lovers.

Sometimes called the “Maplecroft” mansion, the restored four,000-square-foot house options seven bedrooms, three.five baths and 6 fireplaces, and is derived totally furnished with “as of late’s trendy conveniences,” in keeping with list agent Suzanne St. John with Century 21.

Different Victorian additions to the house come with stained glass, mantle items, coffered and tin ceilings, walnut wainscoting and inlaid parquet flooring.

The home, which used to be initially in-built 1887, sits on a just below part an acre.

The valuables used to be maximum just lately bought in February 2018 for $600,000, in keeping with the house’s Zillow list. The couple who bought the mansion, Donald Woods and Lee-ann Wilber, installed an attraction to show the home right into a mattress and breakfast however scuttled the ones plans as soon as the coronavirus pandemic hit, Boston mag reported.

In the meantime, the Fall River space the place Borden’s father and stepmother have been murdered on Aug. four, 1892 — 230 2nd St. (previously 92 2nd St.) — has been running as a mattress and breakfast since 1996.

Borden used to be arrested and jailed for the murders however acquitted on June 20, 1893, after a sensationalized trial.

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