Located in Fall River, Massachusetts, Lizzie Borden’s house, where she lived after being acquitted of murder charges, is now for sale.
The house is located at 306 French St. and has an asking price of $650,000, which is much, much higher than the city’s assessed worth of $313,200, though that price does not take into account the house’s historical value.
Robert Dube has owned the property since 1980, when he bought it for $60,000. Dube attempted to subdivide the property and build a one-family home on the lot, but neighbors protested and Dube ceased the subdivision.
The home includes fourteen rooms, seven bedrooms, and two-and-a-half bathrooms. The real estate listing also describes two sunrooms, seven fireplaces, tin ceilings, a grant entry foyer, original parquet, and mahogany moldings.
This is not the same house where Lizzie Borden’s parents were killed in August of 1892. That title is held by the house located on 92 Second St. in Fall River, Massachusetts.