Former Russian Spies’ Montclair Home Soon Up for Sale
The residence on Marquette Road has sat vacant since 2010, and upkeep has been irregular.
By Mike D’Onofrio
The Montclair home that until three years ago served as the headquarters for two Russians spies will soon be up for sale.
The two-story home at 31 Marquette Road is the former home of Cynthia and Richard Murphy, whose real names are Lyeia and Vladimir Guryev, and their two young children, aged 9 and 11. That was until 2010 when the two were uncovered as spies and arrested by U.S. law enforcement officials.
The home has sat vacant since the two agents of the Russian Federation were deported in 2010 with eight other secret agents in exchange for four U.S. operatives held in Russia.
Taped on the front door of the home are court documents and warnings, including one that reads “United States Marshal No Trespassing.”
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