Calculating the Cost of the Clue Mansion

In the board game Clue, you and quite a few murder suspects are in a mansion that contains a kitchen, ballroom, study, conservatory, billiard room, library, hall, lounge, dining room, and a cellar. How much would a real-life version of all that cost?
Turns out, regularly hosting your own criminal get-together requires a considerable amount of cash. Movoto Real Estate’s head economist estimated that Tudor Mansion would cost around $4,450,000 in American dollars–a fairly reasonable sum presuming that you’ll be using the house to shelter certain extermination practices.

To value the countryside estate, we had to first find the perfect Gothic death-chamber-evoking mansion.

Here’s the house we selected, and how we came up with our price tag.

It's a nice house -you should go see it. Link -Thanks, Nick!

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