It is quite a striking sight.
A brick-fronted royal house in Fayette, Missouri recently hit the market for $ 350,000.
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The bright and airy 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom mansion features a gourmet kitchen with farmhouse sink, “high end finishes throughout” and “three levels of living space” after a full renovation in 2005, according to the Realtor.com listing.
However, the 2,465-square-foot home, which has been “totally rewired, refitted and fitted with a new HVAC system,” has a holdover from yesteryear – a “legitimate prison” cell in the basement.
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According to the listing, the house in 1875 was the Howard County Sheriff’s Home and Jail – and apparently the 2,500-square-foot 9-cell underground structure is the “best part” of the stately building. Not the intricate crown molding, antique clawfoot tub, or the historic property it sits on. It is the prison which, out of the 70 photos on the list, represents 23.
The cells are not all, it also has a “reservation room and 1/2 bathroom” connected to the massive prison, apparently operational.
“The possibilities are incredible with this property,” one reads listening.
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Although some on Twitter are more skeptical of the house’s endless potential.
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Prison is just the latest list to confuse internet users.
Last week, a suggestive description of a New York rental has left people worried.