WASHINGTON (AP) -- The mansion where three members of a Washington family and their housekeeper were slain is on the market.
The 5-bedroom home with a garage in northwest Washington was listed last week for $3.25 million. The listing says the home is being sold "as-is." It shows signs of a fire, and there is red tape and a lock across the front door.
Daron Wint is charged with murder in the deaths of Savvas and Amy Savopoulos; their 10-year-old son, Philip; and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa.
Police believe the victims were held captive for 18 hours and killed after the delivery of a $40,000 ransom in May. The mansion was then set on fire.
District of Columbia law says real estate agents must be truthful if asked about deaths in a home.
Savopoulos assistant Jordan Wallace lied to police about details of $40,000 cash
DC police examine large safe in garage of Savopoulos' home