Lavish lifestyle on display at Dixon digs
Former comptroller’s one-of-a-kind belongings soon to be sold at auction
DIXON – A weathered wooden sideboard with red accents and antler-style handles welcomes visitors as they walk into the front door of Rita Crundwell’s former home southeast of Dixon.
This is only the beginning of the custom-made, western-style furnishings inside the house at 1679 U.S. Route 52 that soon will be sold in a public auction.
The U.S. Marshals Service provided a media tour Monday at the 6.1-acre gated property that features the three-level home, a horse barn with living quarters, an in-ground swimming pool, and a dog kennel equipped with heating and air conditioning. The tour was designed to help advertise the sale of the property and items seized by the marshals.
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