Schitt's Creek motel for sale – minus the 'Rosebud' sign

The motel house of the Rose circle of relatives within the Emmy-sweeping Canadian TV sequence Schitt’s Creek is up on the market for C$2m.

The Hockley Motel within the Canadian the city of Mono, Ontario, was once a key filming location right through the six seasons of the hit CBC sitcom.

Written via and starring Dan Levy and his father, Eugene, at the side of Annie Murphy and Catherine O’Hara, the sequence adopted the rich Rose circle of relatives as they have been stripped in their riches and compelled to begin a brand new existence within the rural the city of Schitt’s Creek, a assets that father Johnny Rose purchased for his son David as a comic story.

The sale of the particular motel comes not up to two months after the opposite major locale within the sequence, the mansion that featured because the Rose’s repossessed house within the opening scenes of the primary episode, was once additionally put it on the market.

That assets – a glamorous construction within the ritzy St Andrews-Windfields neighbourhood of Toronto, that includes 12 bedrooms and 16 toilets, marble stairs, Sistine Chapel-inspired frescoes, and a carved limestone external – was once to begin with indexed for C$14.98m, later revised to C$19.98m.

Not like the mansion, the motel’s actual property list makes no secret of its reputation, noting that it was once the filming location for Schitt’s Creek however was once additionally featured in an episode of the Netflix superhero TV sequence The Umbrella Academy.

Enthusiasts is also fairly startled via the sight of the construction on that actual property list, which turns out very naked with out the large “Rosebud Motel” signal from the preferred sequence.

The 10-room motel sits on 2.7 ha (6.7 acres) of land alongside Hockley Highway, about 90 mins’ force from Toronto, with the construction overlaying 400 squarem (four,300 sq. toes). It additionally has a two-storey “supervisor’s suite” and separate cottage.

Surrounded via wooded area, the valuables backs directly to the Nottawasaga River, which is understood for its rainbow trout.

The motel is now closed, despite the fact that it’s been a favorite vacationer vacation spot for enthusiasts of the display.

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