The luxury home where Sadie Hartley was stabbed to death has been put up for sale by her heartbroken family.
The five-bedroom property is on the market for £535,000 but the estate agent’s blurb makes no mention of the horrific murder by evil Sarah Williams in January.
Businesswoman Mrs Hartley’s love-rat partner Ian Johnston has complained of having lost everything after being kicked out of the house and left out of her will.
The mum-of-two, 60, was stunned with a 500,000 volt gun and knifed 41 times in a frenzied attack by Williams, 35, after opening the front door of her home in Helmshore, Lancs.
Williams had become fixated with her former lover – and Mrs Hartley’s partner – ski-instructor Mr Johnston, 57.
The killer and accomplice Katrina Walsh, 56, spent 17 months plotting the perfect murder before carrying out the attack in an orgy of violence.
This month both were jailed for life after a seven-week trial at Preston Crown Court.
Williams must serve at least 30 years and Walsh 25 years.
Last week it was reported Walsh had continually tried to blame the murder on Williams – even claiming her ex-pal planned to poison her with prawns.
After the verdict, Mr Johnston said Mrs Hartley’s family gave him a day to get out of her house after learning of the killing.
The trial heard Mr Johnston started an affair with Williams after meeting her at Manchester’s Chill Factore indoor ski slope in December 2012.
It was over by October 2014 but bitter Williams later wrote to Mrs Hartley to expose the affair.
She described having unbelievably fantastic sex with Mr Johnston.
Mr Johnston told the court he had not met Williams again after the letter, sent a year before the murder, but admitted being foolish in sending explicit messages 10 days before the horrific attack.
After the trial he sobbed: There’s been no contact with Sadie’s family from the minute they found out she was dead.
I’ve lost everything. Can you imagine? This eight months has just been the most horrendous, you just get a kicking every day and I want the kicking to stop now and I know it won’t for a while.
And if anybody wants to blame that on a few ridiculous, bloody texts then it’s just outrageous.
“There was nothing I could do to foresee or stop this. I wasn’t culpable in the death of Sadie.
Mrs Hartley’s body was found in the hallway of her home.
The estate agent calls the property ideal for a professional family: A substantial five bedroom detached family home in a highly regarded woodland setting.
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