Fancy owning Schitt’s motel? | The real-life buildings have been put up for sale © CBC

Fancy owning Schitt’s motel?

The real-life buildings have been put up for sale

comedyThe Rosebud Motel where the titular family holed up in Schitt’s Creek has gone on the market.

Called the Hockley Motel in real life, the establishment  is in the town of Mono, Ontario, about 50 miles outside of Toronto.

Current owner Jesse Tipping has put it on the market for CA$2million, or about £1.15million. He has said he would welcome the next owner turning it into a Schitt’s Creek-themed motel.

While exterior shots across the whole series were shot at the Hockley Motel, interiors were filmed in studios around Toronto,

The building has also featured on Netflix’s Umbrella Academy and the 2005 action film A History of Violence.

Situated  on almost seven acres along the banks of the Nottawasaga River, it has six guest bedrooms, plus a separate guest cottage, and a two-storey manager’s suite. Take a look around...

Published: 29 Mar 2021

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