The old House of Joy, a Wild West brothel, could be your next home. If walls could talk, eh?

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420 E. Main St. is now on the market in Buena Vista (yes, '420'), and this piece of real estate comes with quite a bit of history that wholesome Chip and Joanna probably wouldn't opt to shiplap.

Zillow describes the former House of Joy, which is on the market for nearly $1 million (Oh, sorry, did we mention you have to be loaded to buy it?) as a 'favorite spot for tourists, photographers and history buffs.' The brothel was owned by Madam Elizabeth Spurgen, who was known as 'Cock-eyed Liz.' According to Colorado Central Magazine, Liz's House of Joy held four other prostitutes.

'Men paid $3 for a visit. Liz paid the local boys a dime to take notes to the saloon men around town, and hired a buggy to parade her girls around in public. Her most unique marketing technique was her pet magpie, which called to passersby from its cage on the lawn: 'Come in boys. Come in.'  - Colorado Central Magazine.

It was built in the late 1870s during the mining boom, but was restored in 2015, so the one-time Wild West brothel actually looks like a fairly modern home on the inside, while still maintaining the historic charm. Aw, we love a happy ending.

You can read more about Liz and the House of Joy from Colorado Central Magazine, and see listing photos courtesy of Zillow and CENTURY 21 Summit Realty, Inc.

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