Brian DeMoulin’s inherited 9-bedroom, 5-bath estate is a steal at $109,000. However, you need to be both American and Canadian to buy it.


The house’s location is in two places at once: Vermont and Quebec. A tape on the floor upstairs indicates the border.


Because of this, Realtor Rosemary Lalime needs a buyer who has dual citizenship. The buyer should have the right customs papers from both countries. Otherwise, you may be subject to arrest if you inadvertently cross the border. The US and Canada border patrol offices are right across the street.

So, yes, there is a door in the house that has been shut at all times so that no one will go to Canada unknowingly.

While this house may sound highly appealing for you, remember that since it’s located in two countries, property taxes must be paid to both the US and Canada.

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