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Michael Peterson House Back on Market

Posted March 29, 2007
Updated April 4, 2007

— The home where one of the Triangle’s most infamous murders took place is on the market again.

The owners of 1810 Cedar St. in Durham are asking $2.1 million for the 9,200-square-foot house, where former owner Michael Peterson killed his wife, Kathleen, in 2001.

Peterson is serving life in prison for her murder.

The home was in disrepair when it sold for $640,000 in July of 2004 after sitting on the market for several months.


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  • Emerald Mar 31, 2007

    ditto narck9 - who cares.

    I'm a working person. I would never be able to even look at a house like that. I work a nine to five job. I don't make that kind of money. And if I did, I don't think I would want to look at that house.

  • narck9 Mar 30, 2007

    Are we really going to have to hear every time this house goes on the market? Who really cares?

  • HEHEBEAVIS Mar 30, 2007

    spiritwarriorwoman-sounds like it was renovated with blood,sweat and tears unfortunately. I have a great idea for the house:bring back Mike Peterson and chunk him down the stairs until he meets the same fate as his prior two wives. sale tickets and make money for the families involved.

  • Get a clue Mar 30, 2007

    I got a jar full of pennies. Can I buy it?

  • Mmaker52 Mar 30, 2007

    Boy they sure removed the pics of that house fast!!

  • kstor33 Mar 30, 2007

    If memory serves me right...whether someone has died in a house is NOT a "material fact" and is not required to be disclosed to potential buyers. However, if you know someone died in the house and a potential buyer ASKS you about it you MUST be truthful. To sum it up: A Realtor is not required to disclose that someone died in the house unless asked, then they must answer truthfully if they know.

  • wyheel Mar 30, 2007

    What a "Flip This House" episode! ;) ;)

  • 2little2late Mar 30, 2007

    for some reason, the pictures of the house don't show the back staircase

  • 2little2late Mar 30, 2007

    Here is the link to the listing....nice house!....http://realtor.com/FindHome/HomeListing.asp?frm=byxmls&xlid=1077652293&lnksrc=00045&poe=realtor

  • 2little2late Mar 30, 2007

    RE:"I'm sorry, but I would never move into a house knowing someone was brutally murdered there. That's really creepy to me."...sadly, most states don't require any notice of that kind to potential buyers...not sure about N.C.