Situated atop a former Native and Indigenous People’s burial site and state prison on Gallows Hill and surrounded by the Haunted Forest, this ‘charming’ and stately home is available for purchase for the first time in more than 500 years. Considered as a filming site for American Horror Story, Psycho and Keeping Up with the Kardashians, this movie-set/crime scene-ready home is filled with historic characters, tall vaulted ceilings and open spaces perfect for entertaining guests, ghosts and goblins.
1031 13th has a gourmet kitchen with large cauldron area, reclaimed vintage honed headstone-marble countertops, and top-line consumer product safety-recalled appliances. The working gas lamps combine with vintage wood floors that creak with character (and howls), for that oh-so-haunted feel. Structurally, the home is state of the art (for 1907) with brick foundation, knob and tube electrical, lead pipes and lead paint. The home features the latest asbestos siding with glow-in-the-dark Marie Curie Green uranium-based paint.
Definitely situated atop a liquefaction zone, within a landslide risk zone and atop a seismic fault zone within a historically designated neighborhood, the home is ready for its latest owner (victims). 1031 is also in the Zombie District of the city, which features the most sidewalks per capita than anywhere else in the world.
1031 is sure to be popular so please come to the pre-scheduled nighttime-only open houses. Offers are due Friday the 13th and are to be accompanied by proof of funds, blood type and next of kin contact information.
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