‘Haunted’ upstate New York home hits the market

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It’s a four bed, two bath and nine ghost.

A spooky historical residence in upstate New York that is allegedly home to nine ghosts recently hit the market for $444,444 — a listing price that’s a nod to the paranormal.

The Enslin Mansion in Troy’s Lansingburgh neighborhood has been featured in shows on Discovery ID and TLC and its queen bedroom has been listed on Airbnb for those daring enough to stay the night.

Constructed in 1890, the home is currently owned by Michele Bell, a self-described empath who told The Times Union her great-grandfather, Frederick A. Feyl, bought the property in 1919.

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