One night after followers of Charles Manson murdered actress Sharon Tate, her unborn baby and four others, Manson Family members made their way to the LaBianca home and tied up husband and wife Leno and Rosemary.
They were brutally stabbed to death.
Many consider the LaBiancas the forgotten victims after Tate’s murder captured such a bright spotlight.
Realtor Robert Giambalvo believes it’s time to forget the home's gruesome past and focus on what it offers today.
“We are a half-century after the event, I think it's becoming insignificant,” he told Inside Edition.
He added that “its peacefulness, serenity, privacy” should be enough to be attractive to potential buyers.
According to California law, owners are not required to disclose any deaths on the property if they occurred more than three years before the sale.
Giambalvo says he's being upfront about its history but he also has a process to weed out potentially curious people who just want to see the home because of the nightmare that happened there.
“We have restricted showings. You have to demonstrate your ability to purchase the house before we show it,” he added. "Anybody that is interesting in buying the property should do it quick because I guarantee you it will be sold between the next 48 to 72 hours."