Will You Please Buy Glenn Beck's House?

A year ago today, we brought you news that hysterical paranoiac Glenn Beck was selling his $4.2 million walled fortress in New Canaan, Conn. He still hasn't sold it. Let's take another tour!

Beck's house in Connecticut—complete with six-foot fence to keep illegals and "angry audiences" out—first went on the market in September of 2009, but the press didn't catch wind until a year ago. Beck bought the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion for $4.2 million in 2005; he first put it on the market at $4.9 million, but slashed the price first to $3.9 million and now to the bargain-basement $3.65 million, a 27% discount. This despite the fact that, according to the New Canaan Market Report, home sales are up 21% over last year [pdf].

Will You Please Buy Glenn Beck's House?

Will You Please Buy Glenn Beck's House?Why won't anyone buy this man's house? Probably for the same reason Beck decided to sell it—not enough panic rooms! He also needed more grain storage; 2.8 acres isn't as much space as you'd think. You should see Beck's home office, though. It's got four computer screens, two wall-mounted televisions, a framed American flag, ceremonial knives, and an inkwell filled with the tears of a bald eagle.

You can view a gallery of Glenn Beck's sanctum below, or check out a realtor's video tour here.

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