Stranger Things, Vecna’s house really exists and is for sale: it’s how much it costs

Stranger Things, Vecna’s house really exists and is for sale: it’s how much it costs

The monstrous house that stars in the fourth season of Stranger Things is a real village to live in and there’s nothing scary about it.

Author: Clara Salzano

The Creel House in Stranger Things 4 – Netflix Photo

There are no demons or haunted rooms in the real Creel House used as Vecna’s residence from Stranger Things. The monstrous home of Season 4’s protagonist actually exists and is for sale on the real estate market not in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, but in Rome, Georgia.

The Creel House from the series bought in 1959 by the Creel family - Netflix photo
The Creel House from the series bought in 1959 by the Creel family – Netflix photo

Vecna’s house in Stranger Things 4 appears to be the abode of all evil, but there’s nothing scary about the real Creel House. This is a typical Victorian Gothic style house built in 1882 by Colonel Hamilton Yancey in Rome, Georgia.

The real Creel House from the Stranger Things series
The real Creel House from the Stranger Things series

The house, home of the Creel family series since 1959 on Morehead Street, is actually known as Claremont House, the name of a B&B that occupied the structure for many years. The property was sold in 2019 as a home for $350,000, but today, after numerous appearances on the Netflix series, the home has acquired another value.

The interior of Claremont House used as Vecna's home in Stranger Things 4
The interior of Claremont House used as Vecna’s home in Stranger Things 4

The villa in Rome, used as Vecna’s home in Stranger Things 4, is spread over an area of ​​approximately 550 square meters and includes seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The century-old house has been carefully restored, following the renovations adopted for the Neflix series.

The house's dining room
The house’s dining room

Today, the house displays original design elements inside, such as bespoke bookcases, an antique wall safe and even a cast-iron urinal. The property also includes a rear annex and the kitchen has been completely remodeled to accommodate new appliances, custom cabinetry and a black marble island.

The kitchen
The kitchen

The attic of the house, the most terrifying place in Stranger Things 4, has been “freed” from previous inhabitants and is ready to welcome new residents. The villa is in fact for sale through the Jeb Arp agency of Toles, Temple & Wright, Inc. for a price of 1.5 million dollars.

The restored living room
The restored living room

Source: Fan Page IT

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