Stranger Things’ Vecna’s Childhood Home Is Being Sold For $1.5 Million

Fans of the Netflix series “Stranger Things” now have the opportunity, if they dare, to live in the very same house where the villain Vecna from Season 4 first obtained his supernatural powers.

Henry Creel, who later became known as Vecna in Season 4 of the critically acclaimed series “Stranger Things” on Netflix, was once a typical young child. Through a series of flashbacks, the show chronicles his childhood spent with the Creel family. He gradually comes to the realization that he possesses psychokinetic powers and starts utilizing them to inflict pain on his mother and sister, finally leading to their deaths.

Stranger Things' Vecna's Childhood Home Is Being Sold For $1.5 Million
Stranger Things’ Vecna’s Childhood Home Is Being Sold For $1.5 Million

The Gothic Victorian mansion that Victor Creel and his family moved into during the fourth season of Stranger Things was admittedly quite the stunner before, you know, all of the alleged murders. This is despite the fact that there isn’t much to envy about Victor Creel’s nightmarish storyline in that season.

Now, the real-life residence that played Creel’s eerie abode and also doubled as Vecna’s wicked lair is up for sale in Rome, Georgia; it is not located in the fake town of Hawkins, Indiana as previously said.

The home was constructed in 1882 by Colonel Hamilton Yancey. According to the listing agent, Jeb Arp of Toles, Temple & Wright, Inc., the property is “locally known as the Claremont House because it a bed-and-breakfast that operated there for many years.” Mansion Global is interested in purchasing the home.

After that, in 2019, it was sold as a private residence for the price of $350,000, as indicated by public records. Following its several appearances on film, the 6,000-square-foot spread is currently available for purchase for a price of $1.5 million. Despite this, there is no information about its past use as a passageway to the Upside Down.

During the course of filming, residents of our community were thrilled to observe not one, but two different transformations of the house. According to what Arp says on the listing website, the new owners will not only be purchasing a piece of history, but also a piece of pop culture with their new home.

The century-old house has been painstakingly repaired, and it now contains seven bedrooms as well as seven baths, in spite of the scary makeover that was given to it during its production.

Built-in bookcases, a bespoke buffet, an antique wall safe, and even a cast-iron urinal are just some of the unique original design features that can be found inside. We are spared the sight of an old-fashioned grandfather clock, thank goodness. On the other hand, there is a detached guesthouse that is located just behind it, in case you find yourself in a situation where you need to conceal yourself from potential threats.

The kitchen has been completely renovated, and it now boasts brand-new equipment, cabinetry that is made to order, a marble island topped with black marble, and a walk-in pantry. In close proximity is the elegant dining area, which features both a dry and a wet bar. In addition, this is the part of the science fiction show where we witnessed Creel’s wife, Victoria, being brutally put to death.

Naturally, the most well-known filming site of all time is the attic of the house, also known as Vecna’s lair. The description specifies that this room is incomplete and states that “a single pest control specialist has since relocated the former occupant of the third level.” If what they believe is true.

The listing is held by Jeb Arp, Mimi Richards, and Katie Gettis Edwards, all of whom work at Toles, Temple & Wright, Inc.

Final Lines

The 6,000-square-foot spread has made multiple cinematic appearances and is currently up for sale for $1.5 million. Vecna’s childhood home from Stranger Things is up for sale.

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