A house where a mother was brutally clubbed to death by her husband and then buried in the backyard has been sold.
The body of Fahima Yusuf, 32, was buried in 2017 in a shallow grave in the back yard of the Perth estate.
It was later discovered that her accountant husband Ahmed Dawood Seedat, 37, had killed her while their children were sleeping.
Despite the eerie history, one buyer was willing to pay $ 610,000 for the property.
Ahmed Dawood Seedat (left) made & # 39; disturbing & # 39; online searches, including burying a person before killing his wife Fahima Yusuf (right)
Selling agents were legally required to tell potential buyers about the history of the house, Jared Rayner of Pulse Property said
The house with four bedrooms and two bathrooms was auctioned in December 2018.
And although some buyers were & # 39; put off & # 39; Through the past, others saw potential, Jared Rayner, of Pulse Property, previously told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; Under the time limit we must show the contract, what we did during the campaign, and of course that does reveal the facts, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; But I immediately told every buyer who came through. I mean, it's general knowledge. & # 39;
The property was marketed as a & # 39; family home & # 39; with a large theater hall, & # 39; perfect to watch the big game or a Hollywood blockbuster & # 39 ;.
The property was sold for $ 865,000 in 2014, but this time no reserve price was set, Rayner said.
The agent who sold the four-bedroom home (pictured kitchen) in southern Perth said that some buyers & # 39; scare & # 39; due to the horrific past of the accommodation
Seedat buried his wife in their back yard. Piles of land (photo) were dug up in the backyard of the house as part of the extensive police investigation
Seedat pleaded guilty to murdering his wife and was sentenced to at least 23 years behind bars last month.
During the sentence, the court heard how Seedat had hit his eight-year-old wife with a wheel brace while she slept in the house.
Mrs. Yusuf had woken up after the first blow, but he overpowered her and continued his attack.
Seedat then choked or choked Yusuf and buried her in a hole made by a contractor who was told to install a swimming pool for his two and five year old children.
Her last words were: & # 39; I love you & # 39 ;.
Yusuf's body was found four days after her murder in a shallow grave in their backyard
The court heard that Seedat had planned the murder of Yusuf, originally from Bolton in the United Kingdom, for weeks.
He had previously searched online for hair-raising terms such as & # 39; cremating a body & # 39 ;, & # 39; best place to disable someone & # 39; and bury someone alive.
Seedat intended to pursue a relationship with his sister-in-law, whom he described as his best friend, but she considered him a brother.
Seedat also searched online: & # 39; Can you marry your brother-in-law if your sister is dead Muslim? & # 39;
Seedat is separately confronted with fraud, with allegations that he has stolen $ 5.7 million.
Yusuf (photo left) and Seedat (photo right) lived in the Perth suburb of Perth with their two children, two and five years old.
The hole was dug by a contractor who was told to install a children's pool, the court heard (pictured: Seedat and Yusuf's backyard offered for sale)
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