Rhode Island The Conjuring House Property For Sale For $1.2 Million, Rhode Island The Conjuring House Address, Story, Tour With Photos: The famous supernatural horror film “The Conjuring” was one of the most popular films which were released in the year 2013 and gained immense popularity as the film was based on a real incident. The film was directed by James Wan and the writer of the film was Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes. This film is the inaugural movie i the franchise Conjuring Universe. Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson played the role of Lorraine and Ed Warren who are paranormal investigators. The Warrens come to the aid of the Perron family who experienced more and more disturbing events in their farmhouse which is in Rhode Island in the year 1971.
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Now again this Rhode Island House is in the limelight of the newspapers. According to the sources the Rhode Island house that inspired the disturbing events of James Wan’s The Conjuring is on the sale or we can say on the real estate market and the price of this house is around $1.2 million USD. The house is located on 8 acres around 1677 Roud Top Road which is in Burrillville, Rhode Island.
Talking about the property it is a farmhouse that boasts around 3,000 square feet, having 3 bedrooms and one and one-half bathrooms. In the year 1971, late paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren claimed that the farmhouse-purchased by the Perron family at the time was being possessed and cursed by a witch whose name was Bathsheba Sherman who demised in the 19th century and damned the land.
Broker and co-owner of Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty, Ray Mott stated in the press release that “1677 Round Top Road is a property with such an engrossing background and we are glad to have listed this interesting house.” Judy Chace, another broker, and co-owner further added that “The “Conjuring” property is an interesting offering in northern Rhode Island. We are glad and happy that The Blackstone Team has listed The Rhode Island home with such noteworthy significance history.”