10 Mansions No One Wants To Buy For Any Price
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Just about anyone in their right mind would jump at the chance to live in a luxurious mansion. Typically reserved for the rich and the famous, mansions are known for having everything one could desire right under their expansive roofs. But there are some mansions that have dark secrets, ghosts, or other strange things about them that have potentials buyers running in the other direction. Check out these 10 Mansions No One Wants To Buy For Any Price.
Richmond Texas Mansion – This mansion looks really beautiful from the outside, and the price of 1.2 million dollars isn’t bad. In fact, you might think that anyone would jump at the chance to buy this amazing Richmond mansion. However, when you walk through the front door of this place, you will understand why people are running away.
Connecticut Creepy House – There is something weird about this place, and it’s not because its full of mannequins or even ghosts. No, it’s not in a terrible location, and it doesn’t have some spooky history, and it’s not in bad condition.
Ann Starlett Mansion – Devoted husband George Starrett set a standard. After marrying his fiancé, Ann, George set about constructing a material monument to their romance. Work was completed in 1889 on this eight-bedroom, eight-bath home
SK Pierce Mansion – There are a lot of mansions that are haunted, and this exquisite Victorian home is apparently one of them. This one, however, earns the distinction of extremely haunted. With its large bay windows, Mansard roof, and gingerbread trim, it has all the makings of a living dollhouse.
5. Kreischer Mansion, Staten Island, New York - Sitting just off the Staten Island’s poetically named Arthur Kill Road is the last remaining Kreischer Mansion of which there once existed two. It’s a lovely Victorian home that is said to be one of the most haunted places in all of New York.
6. Oakleigh in Bowdon, Cheshire – Some mansions, no matter how big they are, or how much land they sit on, could ever sell because of a horrible and terrible history. As a magnificent five-bedroom Victorian mansion in two acres of land, you would expect this family home to be snapped up for a premium as soon as it went on the market.
7. Conrad Aiken House, Savannah, Georgia - Conrad Aiken was a famous American poet and man of letters. He was also a child witness to the murder-suicide of his parents – in this house. Aiken was the son of wealthy New Englanders, William Ford and Anna (Potter) Aiken, who had moved to Savannah, Georgia when Conrad was a child
8. Los Feliz Mansion, Los Angeles, California - If you want to live in a stately hillside house in Los Angeles, but you've been holding out for one where a horrible tragedy happened over a half-century ago, now's your chance.
9. 525 South 23rd Street, Saginaw, Michigan - You won't know this from any highly publicized murder case, and its real estate listing wouldn't draw many eyes, but this house has a particularly nasty history:
10. The Watcher Home – This house that comes with its very own stalker, or perhaps its a prankster, is now back on the market. This home was bought by a family a little while back and they thought that had found their dream home.
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