MURDER SCENE: House goes back on market
The Braintree house where the murders happened is to be re-let following the end of the trial.
The terraced house at 40 Bartram Avenue is currently in the possession of Essex Police but Greenfields Community Housing, which owns the property, says it will put it back on the market.
Sandra Crosby, housing director at Greenfields, said: "The home in question is in the possession of Essex Police.
"When it is released back to Greenfields, we will carry out all the works necessary to bring it up to our usual standard before re-letting it through the Choice-Based Lettings system.
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"This allows people to bid on properties that they would like to move into."
The property is boarded up and the interior is still bloodstained.
The jury, dressed in white forensic suits, visited the house two weeks ago during the trial proceedings.