Burrillville farmhouse that inspired ‘The Conjuring’ horror movie sells for $1.53M

THE FARMHOUSE HOME at 1677 Round Top Road in Burrillville, which served as the basis for “The Conjuring” horror movie in 2013, was sold recently for $1.53 million, 27% more than the original asking price when it went on the market last fall. / COURTESY MOTT & CHACE SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY
BURRILLVILLE – Stories of the paranormal at the 14-room farmhouse in Burrillville, which were depicted in “The Conjuring” horror movie, apparently didn’t scare away buyers. The 1677 Round Top Road home that was famously visited by ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren after the Perron family who lived there reported violent encounters with spirits, sold…

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