The house where Sadie Hartley's body was found in January is on the market for £535,000.
The five-bedroom property in Helmshore, Rossendale, had initially gone on the market in February for £550,000 but was reduced in June.
Ms Hartley passed away at the house , after having been attacked by Chester woman Sarah Williams, suffering multiple knife wounds.
Miss Williams and her accomplice Katrina Walsh, also from Chester, were both convicted of murder and sentenced to life last month.
It is believed that they had plotted the murder for some months in advance.
In the aftermath of the terrible events, tributes to Ms Hartley flooded in.
Her partner Ian Johnston said: “Sadie was a wonderful mother, sister, partner and friend. We are all utterly distraught.
“She was a respectable, hard-working person who had run a successful business that supported medical services.
“It is an utter tragedy that she has been taken so unnecessarily from us and will be sadly missed by all those who knew her.”
No mention of these tragic circumstances however, were mentioned in the promotional material for the house.
The Chronicle understands, though, that enquiries have been made for the property well below the asking price, in an effort to take advantage of the tragedy.
It is described on RightMove as: “A substantial five bedroom detached family home set in a highly regarded woodland setting.”
It adds: “Originally built by ‘Hurstwood’ these sought after family homes are ideal for the modern professional family being close to local amenities and countryside and a short drive to the motorway network.”
It has a porch, entrance hall, study, living room, dining room, family kitchen, utility room, four bedrooms (master with en suite) a fifth and a family bathroom.
Outside there is a paved driveway leading to an double garage and gardens right round the property.