Who lives in the house at 657 Boulevard now?

Get ready because the true crime miniseries The Observer lands on Netflix on October 13th! This upcoming series follows the true story of a family who were looking forward to moving into their dream home but were stopped when they began receiving threatening letters from an anonymous stalker known as “The Watcher”.

Shortly after purchasing 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey in June 2014, the Broaddus family received ominous letters from a mysterious stalker. The terrified family acted immediately, seeking help from the police, private investigators and FBI agents to find out who was behind the letters. Unfortunately, the culprit was never found and the Broaddus family eventually sold the home in 2019 for $959,360, which was around $400,000 less than what they bought it for.

So who did the Broaddus family sell the six bedroom house to? Here’s everything we know about the new homeowners at 657 Boulevard.

The Watcher on Netflix: Who lives at 657 Boulevard now?

Before the Broaddus family sold the house, they were forced to rent it out because potential buyers were put off by The Watcher’s letters. They even tried to demolish the house and split it into two apartments, but the local planning board unanimously rejected the proposal.

According to TODAY Home, 657 Boulevard was eventually sold on July 1, 2019 by real estate agent Beth Sullivan of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. The real estate agent declined to reveal the new homeowners, but upon further investigation we discovered that the new owners are Andrew and Allison Carr.

That was a big loss for the Broaddus, who bought the house for $1.3 million, but I’m pretty sure they were glad they didn’t have to worry about the creepy letters and the house anymore.

The Observer will be available on Netflix on October 13th.

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