Rome, GA

Own a Piece of the Macabre – This ‘Stranger Things’ House is For Sale.

Matthew C. Woodruff
Front(via Zillow)

If you happen to have a few extra dollars and would like to live in Rome, Ga (I don’t recommend it), you can purchase the season 4 ‘Stranger Things’ Creel House.

In the show, the house was purchased by the Creel family, and they lived happily until son Henry killed his mother and sister using his newly found Eleven-like powers. Eventually in Season 4, the house became his evil headquarters in the Upside Down.

Fans of the show will recognize much of the house, like the grand dining room, the parlor, and the living room. The house was refurbished to bring back its "original grandeur," which is great for fans and potential buyers. This probably means no haunted grandfather clocks or boarded up windows, like in the show.
Entry Way(via Zillow)
Dining Room(via Zillow)
Kitchen(via Zillow)
Sitting Room(via Zillow)

Built in 1882 by Col. Hamilton Yancey, and located at 906 E 2nd Ave SW, the home was most recently used as a bed and breakfast called the Claremont House until it was permanently closed in March of 2019. It was then purchased as a private property for $350,000. Now valued at $872,800 interested fans can purchase the ‘Creel House’ for only $1.5 million. It has been totally refurbished.

The listing says this house has an unparalleled provenance and pop culture pedigree that translates to a one-of-a-kind opportunity. But one wonders, does the use in the TV show make the house’s double-value cost worth it? Plenty of ‘Stranger Things’ fans would probably say yes.

Oh and by the way, you have to show proof of funds before you can have a showing.

Comments / 0

Published by

Matthew is a freelance journalist, and an internationally award-winning author best known for Dark Humor/Lite Horror/Supernatural short stories, as well as an ordained minister who served as a domestic missionary. He is a lover of the unusual, travel, cats and the spark that makes people tick. Matthew is based in Florida, USA.

Gainesville, FL

More from Matthew C. Woodruff

Comments / 0