411 N Wentz St, Macon, MO 63552
In our Halloween tradition, here is a haunted house that sold for $100,000 not too long ago.
Talk about irony. Eddie Munster, played by Butch Patrick in the 1960’s TV series, “The Munsters,” owned a haunted house in Macon, Missouri.
Patrick purchased the property a few years back to save his grandmother’s Queen Anne Victorian from the wrecking ball. He did some work on the home with the dream of turning it into a haunted bed and breakfast and possibly a reality TV show.
Not because it’s supposedly a haunted house, but with only less than two months a year spent in Macon, Patrick decided to sell. The property still required a lot of work, but he sold it for $100,000.
According to an interview with KFVS12 News, Patrick claimed the house may be haunted by the spirit of a woman whose father was murdered. Patrick had several paranormal experts inspect the house who indicated that it has a very active vortex and is home to 13 resident ghosts. Most are well-behaved.
Whether you believe this is a haunted house or not, you have to agree that this house is absolutely a gorgeous piece of architecture, and someone was lucky to have snatched it up.
Historical Queen Anne on over 1.5 acres. The reportedly haunted house was built in 1875 and proudly features breathtaking woodwork, open staircase with delicately carved banisters, wood columns, pocket doors, inlay tile and wood mantels around the 5 original fireplaces and more.
This home has large rooms that could be given multiple uses but is currently used as a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with TONS of space on the 3 floors for more of both.
The home has had updates with the new roof, New HVAC ( 2units) electrical, and plumbing and is a completely functional home that is ready for some TLC from the elements it has been under.