The world simply took in Stranger Issues’ fourth season on Netflix — an epic, intense two-parter that pits the children in opposition to Vecna, the present’s baddest villain but. However do you keep in mind these early days of the present, when Joyce used Christmas lights to speak along with her lacking son and Eleven and the gang had however a mere demogorgon to spar with?
This will likely take you again: The Byers’ home seen in early seasons of the present is an actual dwelling in Fayetteville, Georgia, and it is now on sale. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom dwelling is listed on Zillow for $300,000 (about £266,119, AU$ 452,352) and “makes for a PERFECT Airbnb, short-term rental, or private residence for somebody keen to take it on,” in line with the itemizing. You will have to provide your individual DIY baseball bat.
The house pops up at the least 5 separate instances within the present’s first episode — twice in season 1, episode 4 — and it additionally seems some in seasons 2 and three, in line with the itemizing.
The one-story dwelling sits comfortable in a wooded space. The Zillow itemizing embrace photographs of the outside and inside alongside the identical photos with an eerie pink tint… and a few creepy figures looming about. “Do not get caught within the upside-down although,” the itemizing says. “This dwelling does want a full rehab.”
Based on the itemizing, followers proceed to indicate up “nearly each day” to get a peek on the dwelling of Will, Joyce and Jonathan. “The house owners needed to put up a driveway barricade and personal property indicators simply to maintain individuals from trespassing,” the itemizing says. However the actual query is, has that saved the demogorgons away?
Stranger Issues, which debuted on Netflix in 2016, is predicted to wrap up its story for good subsequent season. Whereas time is working out for the beloved fantasy collection, you can nonetheless spend ceaselessly within the Byers’ home. (Or in case you occur to reside near Durham, North Carolina, this fan expertise will not put you out $300K.)