If you're looking to get out of Minnesota and start fresh...perhaps this might interest you? A 19th century New York mansion is up for sale. Although, it's pretty spendy. It will cost you $1.9 million but that's not the only thing. If the total amount is not to your liking than you should probably know that the mansion is also "legally" haunted. The Hudson riverfront home at 1 Laveta Pl., built in the 1890s, has a total of 7 bedrooms, five bathrooms, amazing views and a spooky past. According to Foxnews.com, The 4,600 square foot Queen Anne Victorian home was the center of a lawsuit that led to a New York Supreme Court ruling in 1991, declaring the home haunted.
According to reports, owner Helen Ackley, who lived in the home from the 1960s to 1980s, sold the house to Jeffrey Stambovsky in 1989. However, Ackley failed to disclose that while she inhabited the home, she had allegedly witnessed “Revolutionary War-era” poltergeists who shook beds, slammed doors and walked the hall, the New York Post reports. The haunting's however seem to be all in the past as the mansion has been owned by several high profile celebrities over the years, including director and screenwriter Adam Brooks, Jewish rapper Matisyahu and singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson, none of whom have experienced anything haunted.
So there you go! If you have the money, are willing to move and able to live with ghosts, then this is the place for you!