Just before it hit the market, this 140-year-old home on East Second Avenue in Rome, Georgia Halloween.
With 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, many room features are included netflix Hit the fourth season of Stranger Things.
Realtor Jeb Arp of Toles, Temple & Wright writes on the list:
Fans of the show will notice a “magnificent formal dining room where telekinesis is no longer practiced during meals.” Adjacent parlor great for playing dungeons and dragons. An ideal living room for hosting Hellfire Club meetings, according to the real estate agent.
The 6,000-square-foot home, which sold for $350,000 in 2019, was built by Colonel Hamilton Yancey in 1992 and was originally called Claremont House.
Stranger Things’ Creel House (pictured) sold for $1.5 million in Rome, Georgia. The 6,000-square-foot home, which he sold for $350,000 in 2019, was built by Colonel Hamilton Yancey in 1992 and was originally called Claremont House.
The cast of Stranger Things posed for a photo outside their home.
The house featured in season 4 of the show (pictured) and changed dramatically for the series
The current owner, whose name has not been disclosed, purchased the property in 2019 and restored it to its “original grandeur” to create an “unforgettable experience.”
Original details of the home remain, including “intricately handcrafted built-in bookcases, cabinets, large, layered moldings, custom buffets, and more.”
There is also a ‘wall safe’ and perhaps the only ‘cast iron urinal’.
The luxurious property has intricate wooden doors, expansive porch areas, and an inlaid wood outdoor foyer set in warm orange lighting for a homey yet haunting feel.
The inner foyer has dark wood floors and a staircase with an old-fashioned chandelier, antique gilded mirrors, and a few black-and-white photographs hanging on the walls. It also has a small fireplace and a small desk area under the stairs.
The living room looks like a Victorian painting, with deep sage walls, ornate rugs, and an elaborate collection of furniture.
It also features a rounded piano room with patterned wooden floors and large curtains covering tall windows and another chandelier that illuminates the room. The foyer is lined with wood and glass cabinets and leads to the dining room.
The dining room has an oval table large enough to seat eight, with matching green velvet cushioned chairs against the walls and a collage of old photographs adorning the walls.
Unlike the traditional feel of most homes, the home bar off the kitchen has a modern feel with glass shelves lined with tropical backsplashes. harmonious with the colors.
The home has lots of dark wood and sage colors, and the walls are adorned with antique photographs.
The home was purchased for $350,000 in 2019 and restored to its original Victorian style by the current owner (whose name has not been disclosed).
The dining room has sage cushioned chairs with long curtains and a large table that seats eight.
Many of the bathrooms are more modern with glass showers and white walls for a more open and airy feel.
The kitchen has a long, dark 15-foot island that seats 8 people and has black marble countertops. The spacious kitchen has dark green cabinets, a pantry and a white vanity. The stove has at least 8 burners and 2 ovens.
Unlike the rest of the house, the walls are white, creating an airy and bright atmosphere.
It also features a butler’s pantry with a wet bar, ice maker, and other cabinets.
Bedrooms feature antique bed frames and dark paneling, while bathrooms feature modern glass-enclosed showers.
The Creel House has many outdoor spaces and a large backyard, perfect for entertaining or watching Stranger Things. There is also a guest house behind the main building with three bedrooms.
The house is listed just before Halloween and the orange outside lights are the perfect spot for a haunted house scene
The kitchen has a 15-foot island that seats eight and is made of black marble. It also features a double oven with many hobs and ample cabinet space, a butler’s pantry, and a home bar.
Each room has an antique bed and a small seating area with sage walls and dark paneling.
Before it was a home, it was a bed and breakfast, according to the listing, and was equipped with fire escapes and a sprinkler system.
The house isn’t haunted like it’s on the show, but Earp joked that the new house owner “don’t be surprised if you find some leftover Demogorgons on the estate.”
And, “If things get too weird and things don’t go your way, there’s a funeral home nearby,” he joked.
Even more exciting for Stranger Things fans is that the Penhurst Mental Asylum series has been submitted to the Ford Building at Berry College, less than five miles away.