The House With A Murderous Past That You’d Kill To Live In

The home made famous from the Black Dahlia murder case returns to the market.

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The Lloyd Wright-designed Sowden House, famous for being linked with the famous and unsolved Black Dahlia murder case, hit the market for $4.89 million just a few weeks after a cadaver dog detected traces of human remains in the basement., reports Curbed.
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The extensive use of textile block creates the iconic Mayan style facade.
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An entertaining patio sets the stage for impressive parties and events.
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The Mayan style is exhibited indoors, as well.
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The spacious kitchen has an enormous center island that serves as a dining space.
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A cozy living space opens up to an expansive patio.
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Every room contains its own unique feel, each different than the next.
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A view of the chrome-fashioned bathroom.
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The 5,600-square-foot home has 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms.
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