Fans of one of the most infamous unsolved murders, your time has come. The Lizzie Borden House is officially up for sale.
Listed for $2 million, the bed and breakfast museum located in Fall River, Massachusetts, went up Monday. The three story clapboard is owned by Martha McGinn. Additionally, the house has been operated as a bed and breakfast since 1996. According to Suzanne St. John, the listing agent and part-time tour guide, the owner hopes that the house continues to be a business shared with others.
“Picture yourself serving fun hatchet cookies, tiny johnny cakes and a scrumptious breakfast to overnight guests,” the official museum website states, according to The Boston Globe. The website also states that “Maplecroft,” the house Lizzie lived in after the murders, can be bought with the museum.
According to WWLD, the buyer would obtain the house, the official museum website and the merchandise sold at the museum. Also included with the purchase is all memorabilia and untouched décor.
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