Nobody Wants To Buy This 19th-Century Queen Anne's Property. The Price Of the Old Mansion Has Gone Down Extremely Low But No One Seems Interested.

Nobody Wants To Buy This 19th-Century Queen Anne's Property. The Price Of the Old Mansion Has Gone Down Extremely Low But No One Seems Interested.

-The beautiful historic mansion was on sale since 2010.

-Everyone's dream is to live in a beautiful property like in a royal ground, but not this house.

-The property is large with plenty of rooms and owned by a royalty yet 7 years after the house is still yet to find a new owner.

-The reason that made this mansion unlikable is something to do with what has been captured by the Google Maps.

-Will you buy this mansion for only $105, 000 after you'll see the creepy images that Google Maps captured?

LOOK AT THE IMAGES HERE AND YOU DECIDE.

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Nobody Wants To Buy This 19th-Century Queen Anne's Property. The Price Of the Old Mansion Has Gone Down Extremely Low But No One Seems Interested.

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It's an ultimate dream for some people to own a huge house with a lot of rooms, especially if the former owner of this house is a royalty.

So, when you see the price of the house goes down, you'll expect buyers lining up. Though, not this house.

Nobody Wants To Buy This 19th-Century Queen Anne's Property. The Price Of the Old Mansion Has Gone Down Extremely Low But No One Seems Interested.

19th-century Queen Anne Property

This grandiose mansion has been for sale for as low as $105,000. However, no buyer seems to be interested buying this 1880 property.

It has been almost 8 years since it's on sale.

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Nobody Wants To Buy This 19th-Century Queen Anne's Property. The Price Of the Old Mansion Has Gone Down Extremely Low But No One Seems Interested.

Google Maps Captured Picture

The reason behind is a picture that Google Maps has captured. At a first look, all you can see is a huge and dainty mansion, but when you take a closer look at the windows on the third floor, you wouldn't want to buy it.

Nobody Wants To Buy This 19th-Century Queen Anne's Property. The Price Of the Old Mansion Has Gone Down Extremely Low But No One Seems Interested.

Look at the red circles.

The picture show palm marks that seem to push against the windows wanting to come out or escape.

CTV News, among all other media, has brought attention to the image after the last owners of the house reportedly fled the house as soon as after they moved in for reasons no one knows.

They say that these palm marks are just paints. Though, you couldn't blame the buyers otherwise.

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