The gene wilders house in the UK has been sold off after its owners discovered it had a mutation in the gene that causes the disease.
The house was previously owned by the same family.
It is now being used as a house for people with the genetic mutation, which can lead to severe hair loss.
The family are selling the house for £3m.
They said it is “a unique opportunity to create a house in which to raise a family and live with hope”.
They said the family will keep it as a private home and no one will be allowed to enter it.
It will remain open to the public.
Gene wilders has previously been selling its own house in Sussex.
The House of Winchester is in Wincamps village, Wincampstead, near St Paul’s Cathedral.
It has been open since 2012.
The house is named after Wincock, a local farmer who was diagnosed with hair loss when he was only 30.
In recent years, the gene wildering house has been in the news again after a woman who had the mutation was killed by her husband.
More: Gene wilders said that the family were planning to sell the house.
“Gene wilding is an exciting new development in gene conservation and gene conservation breeding,” a spokesperson said.
“We have no plans to sell this house, but we do not wish to jeopardise the families livelihood.”
They said the gene was not the only gene mutation causing hair loss, but they would continue to work with the authorities to find out more.
They are also selling a similar house in Devon and have a second house that has a similar gene mutation.