Located in Fayetteville, Georgia—not the fictional, Demogorgan-infested Hawkins, Indiana—the home that Will, Joyce, and Jonathan Byers lived at in Netflix’s monster hit Stranger Things is now available—for the measly price of $300,000. Built in the 1900s, the three bedroom, two bath, 1,846 square-foot, six-acre property just hit the market on Zillow and is fully capitalizing on its famous association. The listing features filtered photos to give the property an eerie, Upside Down sensation.
Though it looks as run-down and authentic as it did on the show, Mission Group Realtors is transparent about the property needing some serious renovations. The median value for middle-tier homes in Fayetteville is just above $400,000, meaning the Byers house is selling under-market—but that doesn’t come without its headaches. Previous owners struggled to combat the waves of Stranger Things fans trespassing, and driveway barricades and “private property” signs didn’t do the trick. So buyer-beware, but hopefully whoever snaps up this streaming-sensation landmark doesn’t treat it like the homeowners of the infamous Breaking Bad house have.
“How cool would it be to own the infamous Stranger Things house? Don't get stuck in the Upside Down, though, this home does need a full rehab,” the listing says, “but with the right owner the potential return on investment (ROI) could be HUGE! Since the show was aired fans have traveled far and wide, almost daily, just to drive by and get a picture.”