The six-bedroom, seven-bath luxury home were Jennifer Farber Dulos and Fotis Dulos raised their children before her disappearance and his suicide will hit the market shortly, for $1.75 million, the Hartford Courant reports.
Fotis Dulos built the home for the couple and as a showcase for the company he set up with the help of his father in law. Jennifer Dulos moved out of the Farmington, Connecticut, home in June 2017 and into a house in New Canaan after she discovered her husband’s affair with Michelle Troconis. She filed for divorce a day later.
Then, in May 2019, Jennifer Dulos vanished after dropping her children off at school, as CrimeOnline previously reported. Investigators believe Fotis Dulos was lying in wait for her to return that morning . He was eventually charged with her murder but was found earlier this year inside his vehicle in a garage, with a vacuum hose attached to the exhaust and leading into the closed vehicle. He was taken to a hospital and died a few days later.
Jennifer Farber Dulos’s body has not been found.
Christopher Hug , an attorney appointed administrator of the Dulos estate by Farmington Probate Judge Evelyn Daly earlier this year, provided an update on the sale of assets during a probate hearing on Thursday. In addition to the house, Hug has uncovered assets ranging from a safety deposit box containing gold doubloons, a Tiffany ring, and $3,000 worth of exercise equipment.
Hug has already overseen the sale of two empty lots, two motorcycles, and a vehicle, and the New Canaan home where Jennifer Dulos was living when she disappeared will be ready to go on the market soon.
“It’s an interesting market right now, and the New Canaan house may have some equity,” Hug said.<
According to the Courant, the Dulos had a $2.79 million mortgage on the house, and Zillow says it could sell for as high was $4 million.
Some furniture and other personal items are to be sold in an online auction conducted by Nadeau Auction Gallery on November 21, Hug said.
The showplace home on Jefferson Crossing is being handled by Marshall + Ostop Associates of William Ravies realty, which describes the home as having “a stunning and flexible floor plan that combines utility with elegance.” At over 10,000 square feet, it sits on 2.27 acres.
“A gourmet Christopher Peacock kitchen is appointed with Viking appliances, marble countertops, and a butler’s pantry,” the listing reads. “There are six bedrooms in the main home each with an en-suite bath. All bathrooms are appointed with marble. Endless closets and storage.”
The company is taking extraordinary vetting measures to keep the solely curious out of the house.
Once creditors are satisfied with the liquidation of the Dulos estate, the couple’s five children, who now live with Jennifer’s mother, will receive the remaining money.
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