“Schitt’s Creek” Motel to Go Up for Sale Next Month

You could be the next owner of the real-life Rosebud Motel

The actors of "Schitt's Creek" in front of the Rosebud Motel
The Rose family is out, you are in.

Hot on the heels of Schitt’s Creek‘s utter dominance at the Emmys earlier this month, the real-life Rosebud Motel which was featured in all six seasons of the show is going up for sale.

According to The Wrap, owner Jesse Tipping will be listing the eight-acre Hockley Valley, Ontario property — which includes the motel as well as a horse stable — next month. The motel, which is located about 55 miles northwest of Toronto along the Nottawasaga River, features eight apartment-style rooms and a three-bedroom unit. Tipping has not yet divulged what his listing price will be.

In addition to Schitt’s Creek, the motel has been used as a filming location for other TV shows and movies, including the 2005 Viggo Mortensen movie A History of Violence and the Netflix series The Umbrella Academy. It’s the popular Dan Levy sitcom, however — which follows the Rose family as they purchase and run the motel while adapting to small-town life — that has turned the property into a bit of a tourist attraction in recent years.

“It’s been a little bit of a circus,” Tipping told The Wrap. “There’s just car after car after car of people rolling in trying to take pictures. Yesterday I stopped by and the traffic was stopped in front of it … it’s a little bit wild.”

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