The Los Angeles home of tragic couple Leno and Rosemary LaBianca, who were brutally murdered in 1969 by a group led by notorious cult leader Charles Manson, has recently been sold for at least $1.875 million, listing records confirmed.

The fateful property, located in the Los Feliz part of Los Angeles, had been listed for sale last October 2020. However, the details about the murder of the LaBianca’s was hideously only briefly mentioned in the information of the listing.

“This is an ideal opportunity. Classic, 1920’s Los Feliz gated single-story pool home with breathtaking, unobstructed front and back views, and an infamous history," the listing noted.

The brutal killing of then-supermarket executive Leno and his wife Rosemary, co-owner of a dress shop, happened on the night of Aug. 10, 1969, in their home. Actress Sharon Tate and her companions were murdered by the Manson Family in bloody fashion at 10050 Cielo Drive, Roman Polanski's estate, the day before the LaBianca’s killing, FOX8 reported.

“Most buyers were serious, but of course we had some who were intrigued by the property’s history, all of which was disclosed in the MLS (multiple listing service),” Sales Agent Arlo Poladian of Redfin told the Los Angeles Times.

He further added that the 1969 murders were disclosed in the property’s multiple listing service descriptions. Poladian mentioned that the new owners, who have not been identified, plans to furnish the house.

Zak Bagans, the host of the paranormal reality show “Ghost Adventures,” purchased the home in 2019. He planned to produce a film project but later backed out as he felt it was disrespectful to the LaBianca family.

LaBianca House A police officer blocks the driveway of the Los Feliz house where Leno and Rosemary La Bianca were killed by followers of Charles Manson on Aug. 10, 1969. Getty images/Bettmann Archive