The Home Where JonBenét Ramsey Was Killed Is Now for Sale

We're not entirely sold on this listing.

We're not entirely sold on this listing.

The former residence of late child beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey has hit the market. The Tudor-style home—where Ramsey was found deceased in the basement in 1996—in Boulder, Colo. has been listed for $6.95 million, according to Zillow.

<p>(Photo by Axel Koester/Sygma via Getty Images)</p>

(Photo by Axel Koester/Sygma via Getty Images)

However, as the real estate site shows, this is not the first time that the current owners have tried to be rid of the five-bedroom property. The house has been put up for sale in 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2013.

Yet, with so much interest surrounding Ramsey's death, a case which remains unsolved, the owners may find buyers in true crime enthusiasts.

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Still, the sale has prompted a mixed reaction online. One user simply responded, "Tear it down." Another found humor in the situation, quipping a reference to another famous homicide home: "How much for Lizzy Borden’s house?"

Ramsey, who was the youngest child of John and Patsy Ramsey, was found deceased in her childhood home on Dec. 26, 1996. She was 6 years old.

The discovery came eight hours after Patsy called 911 to report the kidnapping of her daughter. A lengthy ransom note was discovered at the scene and autopsy ruled that the young pageant queen died by asphyxia by strangulation. She also noticeably had a skull fracture caused by a blow to the head.

The unusual circumstances surrounding her death caused the true crime case to get nationwide, decades-long attention. In fact, Ramsey's death has inspired a number of books, documentaries and TV movies, including Netflix's 2017 documentary Casting JonBenet.