BISMARCK, N.D. - The Governor's Residence was a full house Tuesday afternoon for final tours to the public.
Tuesday is the last time to see the interior of the residence before it's torn down.
Visitors were allowed in the public and private areas of the home, but could not take photos in the more intimate spaces.
“I was unsure if they needed a new house, but after taking the tour it's unbelievable. It needs to be updated, it needs to be replaced,” said Gerlynn Gabel, Bismarck resident.
The state received no offers to buy or relocate the current residence, so it will be demolished.
That could happen as early as February.