Take a look inside a Charles Manson murder house on the market for $1.98M

Adrianna Rodriguez
The house of Leno and LaBianca Rosemary is back on the market almost 50 years after they were murdered by the cult serial killer and his followers.

The Los Angeles-area home where Charles Manson and his followers brutally murdered a couple 50 years ago is back on the market for $1.98 million.

Leno and Rosemary LaBianca were murdered at 3311 Waverly Drive in Los Feliz on Aug. 10, 1969, a night after pregnant actress Sharon Tate and four others were beaten, stabbed and shot a little more than 10 miles away, according to the Los Angeles Times

The series of murders sent the city of Los Angeles and the surrounding area into panic and fear.

Described as "truly, one of a kind," the classic 1920’s single-story home boasts two bedrooms, 1½ baths, a pool and front views of downtown Los Angeles, according a Redfin listing.

USA TODAY has reached out to the Redfin agent for comment.

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The Manson family has gained renewed national attention as director Quentin Tarantino's film, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," is set to open in theaters July 26. The movie is set in late '60s Los Angeles and stars Margot Robbie as murdered actress Sharon Tate. 

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Manson and his followers were sentenced to death in 1971, though those punishments were commuted to life in prison after the Supreme Court ruled capital punishment unconstitutional in 1972.

Manson died in 2017 of natural causes at a California hospital while serving a life sentence.

Contributing: The Associated Press. 

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