Live-in replica of the Disneyland Haunted Mansion for sale

A Disney contractor is selling a seven bedroom, full-sized, live-in replica of the Disneyland Haunted Mansion that he built in Duluth, Georgia. Mark Hurt 1996 home was built to closely replicate the exterior of the LA Haunted Mansion, and includes an "animated bathroom Hitchhiking Ghost scene." He's asking $873,000. The sale is listed by Theme Park Connections, who specialize in super-rare theme-park merch and collectibles. From Attractions Magazine:

Hurt is selling the home because he has moved on to an even more ambitious project but hasn’t stopped designing and building unique Disney inspired buildings. Mark is working on his current project of a resort themed house modeled after Disney’s Grand Californian along with a replica of Walt Disney’s backyard barn and a pool that will be themed to the Jungle Cruise in Kaua‘i Hawaii. Hurt says that Walt Disney was the mentor that I had but never met.

The ultimate Haunted Mansion collectable? – Disneyland Haunted Mansion look-alike home for sale


  1. Um, could that house be, let’s say lifted up and planted where my current residence is? Beautiful house. Too bad it’s in Georgia (I have nothing against Georgia, but have no particular need to move there).

  2. I wouldn’t have pegged it for Haunted Mansion. Just generic 1800’s plantation style, without the full top to bottom wrought iron work on the balconies–which is one of the big features of the DL HM.

  3. Does LA mean Los Angeles? There’s no LA Haunted Mansion. Disneyland, while close to LA, is not in the LA county district. In fact, Walt Disney purchased a bunch orange groves to build Disneyland. Thus, it is in Anaheim, part of the appropriately named Orange County. As a huge fan of Disneyland and especially the Haunted Mansion reading “LA Haunted Mansion” made me cringe.

    1. By the same token Disney World isn’t in Orlando. Do you say I”m going to the “Reedy Creek Improvement District” when you refer to Disneyworld?

    2. The UK Parliament is in the City of Westminster, which was eventually consumed by London. Basically irrelevant to anyone living in the rest of the world. Articles for an international readership aren’t usually written to please the locals.

  4. Um. “Ultimate” haunted house? You may not be aware that Stauf’s haunted mansion from The 7th Guest is currently for sale in historic, Jacksonville Oregon. Now that is a true collectible. 

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