This just in: one of Cincinnati's most notorious haunted houses is up for sale. If you've always longed for your life to mimic a horror movie, now might be your chance. We all know how these movies begin: a family gets a great deal on a house and they don't know why — turns out the previous owners were scared away by ghosts! You could live that right here in Cincinnati at 639 Steiner Ave. in Delhi. The building, also known as the Sedamsville Rectory, was actually the site of a paranormal investigation that took place during an episode of the Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures
(check out the full episode here
Get out your EMFs and your holy water
. The rectory, which is the one of four buildings that once belonged to the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, is said to be haunted by an evil spirit. The exterior of the building is made up of red brick and windows and the porch juts out on the side. The inside of the building’s hallways look a little too much like a horror movie for comfort.
This four-bedroom, four-bath home served at the rectory for the vacant Our Lady of Perpetual Help until 1989. While this place may be filled with spooks, it also boasts original details like craftsman woodwork, built-in cabinets and multiple fireplaces.
This home is listed for $200,000. For more information, contact Jennifer Donathan
with Keller Williams Realty. Find the original listing here