COLLETON COUNTY, S.C. (WSAV) — The infamous family hunting lodge of the Murdaugh family, and the scene of the murders of Paul and Maggie Murdaugh, has been sold.

The property has been listed as sold on the Crosby Land Company’s website, where it’s described as an “unusually diverse habitat with varying forest types and age class distribution.”

The farm that the Murdaugh Family called Moselle is sprawling at more than 17 hundred acres – the land crosses from Colleton County into neighboring Hampton.

Tax records show the property has eight buildings, including an old barn dating back to the 20s.

The two men who purchased the property bought 8 different tracts of land together for more than $2.6 million.

The last time the site that the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home sits on sold was in 2016 and it only cost $5.

But that was Alex Murdaugh putting the property into his wife Maggie’s name.

Of course, this sale includes the 12 dog kennels—the crime scene where Paul and Maggie Murdaugh died.

The company that sold the property, says the buyers, James Ayer and Jeffrey Godley now also own a fully stocked fish pond, shooting range, and two walk-in coolers.

The money from the sale will go toward Alex Murdaugh’s legal fees, victims in the 2019 boat crash that killed Mallory Beach, Buster Murdaugh and Palmetto State Bank.

Multiple items from the Murdaugh estate were sold Thursday at an auction in Pembroke, Ga.