California ‘horror house’ where parents allegedly tortured their children is now for sale

Who wouldn’t need to stay in a real-life horror home?

The California dwelling where David and Louise Turpin allegedly tortured their children — maintaining them shackled to furnishings with chains and padlocks — went up for sale Saturday.

Bidding for the 2,386-square-foot, single-story Perris home was as much as $202,001 by Sunday morning on

The public sale, set to shut Jan. 2, is being performed on behalf of an unnamed lender after the “house of horrors” foreclosed in November, The Press-Enterprise reported.

But the true property web site makes no point out of the home’s stomach-churning historical past.

A dozen emaciated and unwashed siblings — ages 2 to 29 — had been discovered chained and surrounded by filth contained in the six-year-old dwelling, about 70 miles east of Los Angeles, on January 14.

The discovery was made when a 17-year-old lady escaped from the hell home by way of a window and known as the cops on a cellphone she managed to sneak out along with her.

“Sometimes I wake up and I can’t breathe because of how dirty our house is,” the teenager mentioned within the 911 name, which was performed to the courtroom at a pre-trial listening to for her parents.

When the sick couple had been arrested detectives described the within of the home as being filthy and smelly.

An inspection report hooked up to the public sale itemizing described the within situations as “fair” and mentioned that papers and a mattress had been discovered inside. The report was offered by the vendor.

A latest appraisal of the four-bedroom, three-bathroom property by Riverside County was for $353,138.

A customer support consultant for Hudson and Marshall advised The Press-Enterprise that the house’s sordid previous “has been brought to our attention.” The firm mentioned they plan so as to add among the particulars to the property description.

Based on California actual property legislation, brokers must reveal any deaths that occurred at a residence previously three years or if there had been publicity to a managed substance, like from a meth lab — however not some other felony actions.

David, 57, and Louise, 50, Turpin face trial set for Sept. 3, 2019 on a collective 88 felony fees together with torture, baby cruelty and false imprisonment.

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