House where admitted Russian spies lived for sale

Realtor Chris Allen knows that a Cold War-era style spy story has a certain amount of intrigue and she's hoping it can help her sell a Montclair home.

The home belonged to Richard and Cynthia Murphy, who pleaded guilty yesterday to spying for Russia in the United States. The so-called "spy house" has been attracting lots of attention since they were arrested last month and charged with being agents of the Russian government.

The couple was reunited with their two young daughters and deported along with eight other admitted Russian agents as part of a spy swap with the United States. The couple also admitted that their real names are Vladimir and Lydia Guryev.

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