House that saw the tragic death of JonBenét put up for sale for £5.7 million

The house where six-year-old beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey was found dead has been put up for sale.

The child was reported missing in Colorado, USA, in 1996, but hours later her body was discovered in the basement of the property

The person behind her death was never caught which has kept attention on the case.

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Following JonBenét’s death, parents John and Patsy Ramsey decided to sell the house to investors, but it is once again up for sale.

The five-bedroom property is priced at £5.7 million and listed as a ‘stately and modernised 1920’s Tudor estate in an epic Boulder location’. It currently totals 7,240 square foot.

There is no mention of the house’s tragic past in the description by LIV Sotherby’s International Realty.

However, it does emphasise ‘towering trees’ and states the property is ‘gated for privacy’ – additions that were made in 2001 after morbid tourists began trying to get a closer look at the house.

The advert says: "7240 sq. ft. of elegant living areas, impressive rooms with east, south & west exposure filling the home with natural light.”

“Luxurious gourmet kitchen, catering kitchen, mature landscaping, expansive brick patio, gorgeous gardens, towering trees, gated for privacy & within walking distance to CU and Chautauqua Park – outstanding hiking & world class concerts."

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The crime scene has been redesigned into a basement ‘media room, wet bar, wine cellar, fireplace and half bath.’

Last year, police announced that the case of JonBenét would be reexamined with the Colorado Cold Case Review Team.

Police Chief Maris Herold said in a statement: “This crime has left a hole in the hearts of many and we will never stop investigating until we find JonBenét’s killer.

“That includes following up on every lead and working with our policing partners and DNA experts around the country to solve this tragic case.

“This investigation has always been and will continue to be a priority for the Boulder Police Department.”

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