FALL RIVER (CBS) – Looking to acquire a unique piece of property? The Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast Museum in Fall River, described as “the creepiest place to visit in Massachusetts,” is up for sale.
On August 4, 1892, Andrew Borden and his wife Abby were brutally murdered by a hatchet in the house. Andrew’s daughter Lizzie was suspected and tried, but was acquitted of the crime.READ MORE: Massachusetts Reopening Plan: COVID Restrictions Loosen Monday, Including Restaurant Capacity
The house is operating as a bed and breakfast, complete with six bedrooms to choose from. Visitors can also take part in guided tours.
Now, the home is on the market with an asking price of $2 million.READ MORE: 'In Like A Lion': March Weather Brings Drastic Swing In Temperatures This Week
The listing agent calls this an “unbelievable opportunity to own and operate one of New England’s top tourist attractions.”
“Picture yourself serving fun hatchet cookies, tiny johnny cakes and a scrumptious breakfast to overnight guests who have just enjoyed an experience of a lifetime! Owner’s retirement is your gain!” the listing reads.
The sale of the home includes business, trademarks, intellectual rights and the property itself.MORE NEWS: South Attleboro MBTA Station Closes Due To 'Deteriorating' Pedestrian Bridge
In addition, the home can also be purchased with the Victorian mansion “Maplecroft” where Lizzie Borden lived the rest of her life after she was acquitted.