If you’re a massive fan of the hit series Stranger Things, then this house might be the one for you.
In season 4, Vecna might be the villain, but his house definitely isn’t.
The real-life house used in the series is up for sale. The 140-year-old mansion is located in the city of Rome, in Georgia, USA. The house is for sale for a cool $1.5 million.
CNN reports that the residence was constructed in 1882 by Colonel Hamilton Yancey, according to the listing. Many of the home’s original details, like handcrafted bookshelves and an antique wall safe, are still in place.
The series has drawn a lot of attention to the house, but looking at its features and the fact that it has a cast-iron urinal, we’re sure it would have caught the attention of a lot of interested buyers anyway.
The house is a massive 557 square metre with seven bedrooms and even seven bathrooms. Behind the main house you’ll find a guesthouse.
According to the listing, any interested buyers wouldn’t have to worry about Vecna giving them trouble.
“Not to worry, the previous resident of the third floor has sine been relocated by a single exterminator – we think.”
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