The Schitt’s Creek Motel Is Up For Sale

You'll never guess how much it's selling for...

Schitts Creek Rosebud Motel Sale

by Lillian Sesiguzel |

The multi Emmy-winning Canadian TV series Schitt’s Creek has supplied us with endless entertainment and joy since it's release in 2015. If you're missing the sitcom as much as we are and have a couple of million to spare, you might find it interesting to know that you can now buy the famous Rosebud Motel.

For the uninitiated, the Rosebud Motel became home to the wealthy Rose family when they lost all of their money in the first episode of the award-winning series. Over the years, they learned to stop complaining about their situation and became important - if affected - members of the local community of Schitt's Creek, a town they had once bought as a joke.

The motel is up for sale in the Canadian town of Mono, Ontario, where most of the filming took place, and will set you back a mere C$2m. That's just shy of £1.2 million. Considering you're unlikely to be able to buy a three bedroom house in some UK cities for that amount, a whole motel for that cost seems vaguely reasonable.

We know what you're thinking, C$2m for a roadside motel!? But of course, the real estate listing hasn't shied away from the direct link it has with Schitt’s Creek. It even mentions that the motel has also featured in an episode of The Umbrella Academy, a the Netflix superhero series.

Full disclaimer: the 10-room motel unfortunately doesn't come with the giant 'Rosebud Motel' sign, or props and furniture from the set. It's looking quite bare if you ask us – just take a look for yourself!

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Schitt's Creek became a comedy sensation during its five-year run thanks to its approach to representation, its quick wit and fun fashions. All four main cast members won Emmys for the final season in 2020, with Catherine O'Hara also picking up the Golden Globe this year.

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