House at centre of Edmonton mass murder up for sale

Edmonton mass murder
A makeshift memorial has been set-up outside the north Edmonton home where seven bodies were found, Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014. Cliff Harris, Global News

EDMONTON – A home in north Edmonton that was the scene of the worst mass murder in the city’s history has been put up for sale.

The real estate listing describes the three-bedroom Klarvatten house as a “foreclosure,” and a “handyman special needing lots of work inside” to be sold “as is.”

The house went on the market earlier in August for $365,000.

Last December, 53-year-old Phu Lam shot his partner and six of her family members in that home. An eight-year-old boy and a three-year-old girl were among the victims. His one-year-old daughter and eight-month-old nephew were spared.

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He also killed another woman, Cyndi Duong, in her home on the city’s south side.

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Lam was later found dead in Fort Saskatchewan from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

READ MORE: Edmonton mass murder: A timeline of events

The house at 18024 83 Street was built in 2012.


It is also included on a website that lists properties with disturbing histories that later are put on the market.

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