今日悉尼讯 澳洲东部时间2月10日 位于悉尼North Epping的林宅正式上市待售了。2009年7月18日,林宅一家5口在这栋房子里惨遭杀害,去年5月,他们的近亲兼邻居谢连斌被控5项谋杀罪。林15岁的女儿那晚正好外出学习,幸运躲过了一劫。

The New South Wales Trustee and Guardian (New South Wales Trustee and Guardian) department responsible for the management of the forest house has given the property to the real estate agency North Nor'West for sale. Since the Lin case happened, this house has been vacant.

North Nor'West Sales Manager Mark Ward said: "From October to November last year, we received a letter from a trust agency asking if we intend to undertake the sale of this property. The selling price of similar local properties is generally between 10 and Between 11 yuan, but it is not appropriate to announce the estimated price of the Lin House now."

However, Ward admits that because the murder is well known, discounts are inevitable. The final sale price may only be the value of the land. North Epping property buyers are mainly from Asian communities, and Asians are very concerned about the past history of the property, so Ward does not expect the Lin House to be sold soon.

In October 210, the Lin family also bought the property through North Nor'West, at a price of 10 yuan. Within a few hours after Linzhai went public, Ward has received inquiries from two clients. Ward said this may be a regular consultation, and the buyer may not be aware of the history of the property.

Buyers who want to visit the Lin House must make an appointment in advance. Ward pointed out that this is to prevent people from just visiting the scene of the murder.

(Joseph)