While the Rose family didn't exactly love Schitt's Creek when they first arrived, they couldn't hold back tears when they left.
They made memories for life during their fictional stay at the motel that would soon become their ticket out of there.
But if you're a diehard Schitt's Creek fan and want to revel in all those memories forever then now is your chance.
The Rosebud Motel has officially gone on sale for a casual AUD$2.07 million and comes with a whopping ±1,265 feet of frontage and 6.7 acres of land.
According to the listing: "The Property is currently not operational and a new owner has the ability to create something special on the Site, capitalizing on new travel trends following COVID-19.
"It is anticipated travellers will be valuing safety and cleanliness as well as unique experiences to enjoy nature and the outdoors.
"A capital infusion in the guest rooms along with innovative technology for 'contactless' check-in and other mobile applications to enhance the overall guest experience in a more personalized yet safe way.
"Other features could include adding an outdoor fire pit, picnic tables and other seating for guests to congregate while enjoying the scenery."
I think we should get Mr Rose to sign off on those suggestions before we get underway.
But imagine getting to sit there on the land where David, Alexis, Moira and Johnny climbed out of rock bottom and set themselves up for life.
If Schitt's Creek isn't enough to sway your mind, then maybe knowing the motel also appeared on Umbrella Academy and the 2005 film A History of Violence will get you keen.
In addition to the huge amount of land, you can also work with 10 bedrooms (including a 2-storey manager's suite & separate cottage), a surface parking lot and an active river nearby.
The listing adds: "The Property offers refuge from the hustle and bustle of the big city, and is an easily accessible escape from downtown Toronto (1.5 hours), and an hour or less from other major nearby trading cities, including Barrie, Collingwood and Guelph, among others."
So, if you have a spare two million lying around then you better put in an offer.
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