GUILDERLAND, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The house on Western Ave looks much different now with balloons tied to the for sale sign, instead of crime scene tape wrapped around it like it was nearly a year ago.
The person trying to sell it says she just wants to sell a good house in a quiet neighborhood, but she did not want to go on camera.
NEWS10ABC got a first look inside of 1846 Western Avenue. The same home where a family of four from China was found brutally murdered inside.
“The For-Sale sign from realtor has been out for a real long time,” said Thomas Kowalski.
Next door neighbor Thomas Kowalski remembers the investigation unfolding nearly a year ago when police first found the bodies of Jen Fen Cheng, his wife Hai Yin Lin, and their two young children, 10-year-old Anthony and 7-year-old Eddy.
11 months later, the neighbors are trying to move on from that gruesome discovery made by police
“I don’t even think about it to be honest with you,” said Kowalski.
Now the only reminder at the house where the areas first quadruple homicide took place is the green paint on the outside. The interior seen from pictures listed on Criaglist shows new floors, new furniture, and no reminder of the crime that took place here. Thomas says he’s ready for new neighbors.
“Hey life goes on. I might have a neighbor who knows I haven’t had a neighbor in a year,” said Kowalski.
The investigation has gone international at this point.
View photos of the house, HERE.