Massachusetts house that acquitted double-murderer Lizzie Borden resided in is on the market for $890K

The nineteenth century Queen Anne house in Maplecroft, the Fall River, Mass., once owned by the famous, vindicated twofold murder suspect Lizzie Borden is on the market for $890,000. The home was created around in 1887 has seven bedrooms, 3½ restrooms, a ton of history and maybe an apparition or two.

The hall appears as though it’s straight out of the nineteenth century. With a trimmed parquet floor, old fashioned furnishings and forcing curtain, visitors will need to break out the Ouija board. Maplecroft likewise flaunts six fireplaces with ornate shelves, coffered roofs and pecan covering.

The home is being sold fully furnished with a recently introduced sprinkler framework. The murders of Andrew Borden, a property developer, and his 2nd spouse, Abby Gray Borden, happened on Aug. 4, 1892. In spite of the scandalous rhyme that Lizzie Borden took a hatchet and gave her mom 40 whacks, the investigation uncovered that Abby had been struck 18 or multiple times.