The "Stranger Things" Creel House Is for Sale

Stranger Things season four introduced us to the Creel House, a creepy location with a dark past played by a real Victorian-style mansion located in Rome, Georgia. And now, it turns out the actual home can be yours as it’s officially on the market for $1.5 million.

Listed by the brokerage Toles, Temple & Wright, Inc., the home was built in 1882 at 906 E 2nd Ave. It once operated as a bed and breakfast called the Claremont House until it was permanently closed in March 2019. It was then purchased as a private property for $350,000 in July of that year, according to Zillow.

creel house from stranger things is for sale
Andy Edwards

The one-acre lot includes a main house and guest house. As far as the layout goes, the “main house now includes five or six grand bedrooms and five stunning bathrooms (a sixth bathroom is roughed in),” according to the listing description. The next buyers can “easily establish an owner’s suite on the main floor and/or the second floor."

creel house from stranger things is for sale
Andy Edwards

The interiors will surely give you Stranger Things flashbacks, especially in the foyer and dining room. Many of the main home’s original details are still intact including the mansard roof, built-in bookshelves, moldings, an antique wall safe, and even a cast iron urinal. The renovated kitchen is equipped with new appliances, custom cabinetry, a 15-foot island and dining table combo with black marble, and a walk-in pantry.

creel house from stranger things is for sale
Andy Edwards

Behind the main home, the Gothic-style guest house includes a sitting room, two or three bedrooms, a kitchen, and a renovated bathroom. It can be used as anything from a caretaker’s residence to an Airbnb rental.

If the Stranger Things connection is a major draw for you, get this: The property is also a quick drive away from the Ford Buildings at Berry College, which were used to bring the Pennhurst Mental Hospital to life in the sci-fi drama. You can browse more photos of the home here.

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