(VFAB) — The house where “Stranger Things” villain Vecna developed his evil powers is now on the market.
Warning: There are spoilers for Season 4 of “Stranger Things” ahead.
The 140-year-old mansion in Rome, Georgia, that was a location in the Netflix hit series’ Season 4 is for sale for $1.5 million, according to the listing.
In the “Stranger Things” storyline, Vecna begins developing his psychokinetic powers as a boy — Henry Creel — living in the home with his family.
The 6,000-square-foot home has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, according to the listing. There’s also a guesthouse behind the main house. For 16 years, ending in 2019, it was run as a bed-and-breakfast called Claremont House.
The residence was constructed in 1882 by Col. Hamilton Yancey, according to the listing. Many of the home’s original details, like handcrafted bookshelves and an antique wall safe, are still in place. It also features a cast-iron urinal.
Having been well-maintained in the years before it became a shooting location, the exterior’s dilapidated look for the 1980s and “upside-down” scenes was achieved by set designers as well as computer imagery. The first floor was used for interiors in some of the 1950s flashback scenes.
The house is on a large corner lot in Rome, a city of 35,000 people 50 miles northwest of Atlanta.
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