Lizzie Borden's House Up for Sale
She moved there after the axe murders
By Dustin Lushing,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 25, 2012 4:20 PM CDT
A photo of Lizzie Borden in a bed and breakfast in Fall River, Mass.   (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

(Newser) – The house where Lizzie Borden spent her life after her sensational trial is up for sale. Located in Fall River, Massachusetts, the Queen Anne Victorian dubbed Maplecroft is on the market for $650,000, reports the local Herald News. Lizzie lived in another house in the same town in 1892 when her father and stepmother were murdered with an axe. She was the only suspect but was found not guilty. A year later, she purchased Maplecroft and moved in. How much is her legend worth? The property itself is assessed at only $313,200.

 

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