Schitt’s Creek fans can own a piece of memorabilia from the series

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Do you binge-watch Schitt’s Creek on Netflix?  Want to own a major piece of memorabilia from the series? Now you can! The Rosebud Motel, which is known as the Hockley Motel off-screen, is now for sale. 

The listing price is only $1.59 million for the ten-room motel located in Ontario. The motel is located on 6.7 acres and is fairly secluded. The site isn’t operational at the time, which would give the new owner freedom to make it into something amazing.

What a great thing for a super fan of Schitt’s Creek to own. This motel has also been used as a filming location for The Umbrella Academy series and History of Violence film starring Viggo Mortensen.

The Rosebud Motel from Schitt’s Creek is for sale

Jesse Tipping, the current owner, wanted to list the property in 2020 but offered up the rooms for people who needed quarantine during the pandemic. During a recent interview with iHeartRadio, Tipping was optimistic that it won’t take long for the property to sell.

Tipping stated that fans have flocked to the location for photos, and after the TV show won seven categories at the Emmy’s, the influx of fans started up again. He thinks it would be great if the new owner would do something as a tribute to the series.

The quirky series stars Dan Levy, Annie Murphy, Catherine O’Hara and Eugene Levy as the Rose family. The once-wealthy family who lost their video store fortune and are then forced to leave their life of luxury. The only remaining asset is the town of Schitt’s Creek that they bought as a joke.

The series was created by the father-son duo of Dan and Eugene Levy and consists of six seasons. The series originally aired on CBC and all six seasons are available to stream on Netflix.

Be sure to make your offer on this piece of television history because it’s sure to sell fast.

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