One of the most infamous houses in America is up for sale.
Located in the Los Feliz neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, 3311 Waverly Drive is a 1,655-square-foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom single-story home. Although it offers breathtaking, unobstructed front and back views of the bustling West Coast city, its claim to fame is far from pristine.
The classic 1920’s gated home with a pool is the scene of one of the most gruesome and widely-known double murders in U.S. history. Almost 50 years ago, Charles Manson and a portion of his cult followers murdered Leno and Rosemary LaBianca in the Los Angeles estate in August 1969 -- the night after killing up-and-coming actress Sharon Tate along with four others.
While the horrific night may have put an initial stain on the property's record, it has been bought and sold multiple times since. The home's current owners are selling the home as they prepare to retire.
Real-estate agent Robert Giambalvo has also made sure the home's history is no secret. “I wanted to disclose it, because there are definitely some people who are not going to want to live in the house,” Giambalvo told Rolling Stone. “And from what I’ve seen, most people don’t even care.”