A Waterfront property in Stamford that was the site of a deadly Christmas day fire in Stamford has been sold.
The Stamford Advocate reports the land sold for $500,000, well below the $850,0000 asking price.
The fire killed Madonna Badger‘s parents and three young daughters in 2011.
It was blamed on fireplace ashes that had put in a bag and left in a mudroom.
The next-door neighbor who bought the land says he wants to do something respectful with it, including a memorial.
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