The Colorado home where Chris Watts savagely murdered his pregnant wife and two children in 2018 has been sold, according to a report.
The five-bedroom, four-bath house in Frederick was sold for an unspecified price, The Sun reported.
It had been on the market since May when the listing said potential buyers had to submit a funding commitment of at least $600,000 from a bank.
A real estate agent posted a congratulatory note on social media to the new owners saying, “It took everything we had to get here!!! So happy for you guys and can’t wait to see the memories you make in your new home!!!” according to The Sun.
The agent then added “since it’s been asked. Yes, this was the Watts house. It is now the Miller home and they cannot wait to put love, family and laughter back into this house.”
Watts was convicted of the 2018 killings of his wife, Shanann, 34, and daughters Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3.
The murders were the subject of the Netflix documentary “American Murder: The Family Next Door.”