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Aaron Hernandez’s house is for sale

A 2013 photo of a woman walking her dog past the North Attleboro house owned then by Aaron Hernandez.

George Rizer for The Boston Globe/file

A 2013 photo of a woman walking her dog past the North Attleboro house owned then by Aaron Hernandez.

A North Attleborough house owned by former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is on the market for $1.49 million. The listing for the five-bedroom, six-bathroom Colonial mentions a gourmet kitchen, in-ground pool and cabana, finished basement with custom bar, sauna, and home theater. Hernandez now resides at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Lancaster after being convicted a year ago for the murder of Odin Lloyd. The former Pats star was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. (The property is being handled by Keller Williams Realty’s Yvonne Thompson, who did not return a call Friday.) A judge ruled last fall that the house in North Attleborough — and Hernandez’s Hummer SUV sport utility vehicle — could be sold as part of a civil lawsuit filed against the convicted killer. Key evidence in Hernandez’s trial came from a video security system that he and his girlfriend had installed in the home.

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