As New Englanders, we've all heard the story of Lizzie Borden and the nursery rhyme that goes with it.  Yeah, a nursery rhyme...  Seriously, what's wrong with us???

Well, if you've always wanted to own a piece of macabre New England history, here's your chance.

According to Fox News, the Fall River, Massachusetts home that alleged murderer Lizzie Borden lived in until her death in 1927 is now on the market.  The house, which is located at 306 French Street is NOT the one where she allegedly axed her mother and father to death, but it is considered a historical landmark.  The place where the killing occurred is now a tourist attraction and bed-n-breakfast.

The 3,935 square foot house has 7 bedrooms, 3.5 baths.

The price?  Just under $900,000!

Take a peek...

For those who are not familiar with the story, according to Wikipedia, in August of 1892, Lizzie allegedly used an axe to kill her father and stepmother.  While she was arrested and put on trial, Lizzie was acquitted.

And, on the off chance you've never heard the rhyme, it goes:

Lizzie Borden took an axe,And gave her mother forty whacks;  When she saw what she had done,She gave her father forty-one.


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