After the trial the sisters moved to a large, modern house at 306 French St. which Lizzie christened Maplecroft, where their staff included live-in maids, housekeeper and coachman (or later, chauffeur).
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Lizzie Borden was a woman who in 1892 was tried for axe-murdering her father and step-mother. She was eventually acquitted, so feel free to purchase the home where she laid her head for only $650,000. There's also apparently a Lizzie Borden-themed <a href="https://lizzie-borden.com/index.php/about-the-house/the-rooms.html">bed and breakfast</a> in the area that sounds like a real hoot.
Peacefield (John Adams home in Quincy) Quincy, Massachusetts. John and Abigail Adams lived here many years, and so did many descendants. The family kept everything just as it was until it was presented to the Park Service, and the contents are preserved intact to this day. That seems to be very rare for historic houses! The outside still looks just as it did in old pictures.