Rose Schud’s infamous Rosebud Creek Motel hits the market for $ 1.6 million just outside Toronto
- A special place from the Schitt’s Creek sitcom has hit the market for $ 1.6m
- The Hockley Motel in Mono, a town of about 8,000 people northwest of Toronto, was used as the exterior for the Rose family home on display
- The average owner bought the property for $ 800,000 in 2012
- None of the interior scenes on display were filmed at the 6.7-acre building
The famous motel where the Schitt’s Creek exhibition was located could be yours for $ 1.6 million.
Known as the Rosebud Motel, the Hockley Motel is a well-known building and is located in Mono, Ontario, about 50 miles northwest of downtown Toronto.
Prior to the Emmy-winning comedy series starring Eugene Levy, his son Dan Levy, Catherine O’Hara and Annie Murphy, he worked as a house for Canadian basketball collectors.
The landmark from the Schitt’s Creek sitcom has hit the market for $ 1.6m
The motel then played a big part in the show when it debuted in 2014 and still attracts fans who are looking for the show for the first time on Netflix and who then come and stand outside the building when in the area.
The motel is located on 6.7 acres along the banks of the Nottawasaga River.
On display, the motel is described as nine rooms, but in reality it consists of six bedroomed and bathroom units making up the 4,300-square-foot building, along with a two-story manager suite. consisting of three bedrooms and one bath.
The house is also home to a 700-foot-square guest hut and barn with space for three horses.
The Hockley Motel in Mono, a town of about 8,000 people northwest of Toronto, was used as the exterior for the Rose family home on display
The current owner bought the property for $ 800,000 in 2012
A view above the building by a river
The current owner Jesse Tipping bought the place in 2012 for $ 820,000 so he will have doubled his money if he can sell for the usual asking price.
Tipping said he would like ‘the next owner to turn the building into a motel with a Schitt’s Creek theme in praise of the exhibition.’
The site featured in Schitt’s Creek pilot program, in which main characters, the Wealthy Roses, find themselves in financial ruins after being the victim of a deceptive business manager.
Moved from their property, the family has to move to the same property that the IRS did not, a small town called Schitt’s Creek.
The series of fish started out of the water about a wealthy family who fell on hard times in a central town wherever they owned gradually gaining in folklore to become something sleep.
The motel then played a big part in the show when it debuted in 2014 and still attracts fans who are looking for the show for the first time on Netflix and who then come and stand outside the building when in the area
The show has appeared in every program of the six-season hit run on HBO and on Netflix
The motel appeared in every program and made a perfect backdrop for the musical show.
‘The building itself really matched the creative team’s eye. It was just a place that worked perfectly for us, ‘executive producer Andrew Barnsley told the Orangeville website.
Fans of the show, and customers should be aware, however, that the interior motel scene on Schitt’s Creek is not similar to those found at Hockley Motel.
Every scene that took place inside the Rosebud was filmed on a set taken at various studios around the Toronto area.
None of the interior scenes on display were filmed at the 6.7-acre building
Indoor scenes, like this one, were shot at a studio in and around the Toronto area