In Britain, Cheshire, for 3.25 million pounds to sell the Victorian mansion in which a jealous husband killed his wife, causing her 30 stab wounds.
The mansion, which received the ominous name of the “House of horrors” was empty and destroyed after the murder in one of his rooms. After the restoration of the house with five bedrooms was returned to the market — in spite of his past.
Christopher Lumsden, who was then 52 years old, stabbed his 53-year-old wife Alison around 30 causing her injuries in March 2005, after she announced that she was leaving him.
After the brutal murder of the residence, with its perfectly manicured lawns, tennis courts and the coach house remained empty and fell into disrepair.
Now the house was refurbished and renamed, and was offered for sale as a “striking Villa of the 19th century” with an underground swimming pool and sauna and a cinema room and a triple garage. Real estate agents tend not to mention the dark past of the mansion.