TORONTO — After serving as the home for the riches-to-rags fictional Rose family in the Canadian hit TV series “Schitt’s Creek” for six seasons, the Rosebud Motel is up for sale.
The property, which is called the Hockley Motel in real life, is located approximately 87 kilometres northwest of Toronto in Hockley Valley, Ont.
According to the $2-million listing, the beloved motel features 10 units, including a two-storey manager’s suite. There is also a one-bedroom cottage, outdoor fire pit, picnic tables, and a surface parking lot on the 6.5-acre property.
The listing also boasts of an active river at the back of the site, the Nottawasaga River, which is “a highly desirable fishing river for Rainbow Trout and Salmon.”
While Johnny Rose and Stevie Budd were able to book guests in the motel on the television show, the listing says the property is “currently not operational.” However, it states the ……
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