Hallmark’s Garage Sale Mystery ‘Deadly House’ Lists In Langley, BC For $13.68-Million (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
Hallmark’s Garage Sale Mystery ‘Deadly House’ Lists In Langley, BC For $13.68-Million
558 248 Street, Langley, British Columbia, Canada, V4W 2H2
An expansive 50-acre equestrian estate just 20 minutes to White Rock’s beaches and about 35 minutes to downtown Vancouver has come on the market for $13,680,000 CAD. Finished in 1995 and updated in 2016, the 12,000 square foot brick manor includes 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a built-in bar, indoor swimming pool, and over 3,500 square feet of new travertine flooring. The land has just been cleared, drained and seeded with the best quality seed mixture for hay and pasture, which could create a hay sales income of up to $30,000 CAD per year. The property also includes a 2 bedroom caretaker’s house, shop, outdoor kitchen, tennis court, trails, and riding arena. Popular in the film industry, the brick manor played a major role in the 2015 Hallmark movie ‘Garage Sale Mystery: The Deadly Room’ starring Lori Loughlin, where it was known as The Carson Mansion. In the film the mansion had just come on the market for $3-million before rumours of a troubled past were unearthed. “The Carson Mansion is a place that is cursed to all who live there. It is said that there is a curse that causes death to some who reside in the house. If you dare sleep in the upper bedroom, you’re risking your life. It seems this house can’t shake the bad reputation that’s loomed over it for more than a hundred years.” In real life, the mansion is only 22 years old and will cost you a quite a bit more than it would in TV land. It’s on the market for $13,680,000 CAD with Jonathan Lu.