A nearly two century-old funeral home with rooms "gutted and waiting" for you is on the market in Massachusetts with a for sale sign outside the property reading "probably haunted."
The Turgeon Funeral Home, erected in 1850 rests on a plot at 56 Main Street in the small town of Millbury, according to the listing posted Wednesday (not to be confused with "The Addams Family" character, who probably would consider buying the spooky parlor).
The property, listed on MoveWithMedia.com for $769,000, is in Worcester County within Blackstone Valley about six miles southeast of Worcester.
According to the listing posted by Media Realty LLC, the 5,188 square-foot property has three bedrooms, 1 full bath and two half baths on a .74 acre lot.
"Originally built in 1850 as a single family home and owned by the same family since the 1940s, this stunning property has served as a funeral home since 1948," the listing reads. "Its stately appearance, large rooms, 3 car garage, ideal location and more offers nearly endless possibilities for an investor or entrepreneur."
'Rooms gutted and waiting'
Homeowners may also be attracted to the find as the two-story potentially hair-raising home "could easily be converted" back to a single-family home, the listing notes.
The first floor features "several massive rooms suitable for a variety of uses" while the second floor includes bedrooms, multiple sitting rooms, "cozy sunlit porches, and some rooms gutted and waiting to suit your vision."
"This property is not one to be missed," the mystery listing concludes.
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While standing in a cemetery just before 11:45 p.m. ET., Sean Bohdiewicz, an assistant who works at the funeral home, told USA TODAY the funeral home hit the market Wednesday.
"The listing hit an hour ago," said Bohdiewicz.
When asked if he'd even encountered anything frightening or spooky, Bohdiewicz paused, chuckled and said, "No comment."
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Bohdiewicz confirmed the funeral home's sale is being handled by real estate agent Erika Kristal Eucker, whose photo is on the for sale sign out front.
Eucker told USA TODAY she placed the "Probably haunted" post above the for sale sign.
When asked if the home is haunted, she responded: "Given the home's history, I suppose it's a possibility. Perhaps it's something the future buyer might want to look into? I suppose we will see."
Natalie Neysa Alund is a senior correspondent for USA TODAY. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow her on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter @nataliealund.
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