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Remember Rosebud Motel in Schitt’s Creek? It is going up for sale

The motel featured in Schitt's Creek between 2015 and 2020

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: October 7, 2020 11:03:23 am
schitts creek, rosebud motelRosebud Motel in the show Schitt's Creek is up for sale. (Source: schittscreek/Instagram)

Your favourite show Schitt’s Creek‘s iconic Rosebud Motel is reportedly going up for sale in October 2020.

Jesse Tipping, the owner of the Canadian dormitory that served as the main location for the motel, recently told Orangeville Banner, a south-central Ontario news outlet, in an interview that he was planning to sell the property after the huge success of the comedy series.

The fictional motel that appeared in all the six seasons of the Emmy-winning show, was built at Tipping’s property at Hockley Road in Orangeville, Ontario. It also housed NBA stars like Jamal Murray and Kyle Alexander, reported

Before Schitt’s Creek, the location featured earlier in some minor and major productions, including low-budget horror movies and the 2005 action-thriller film A History of Violence.

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More recently, the Rosebud Motel was seen in Netflix’s show The Umbrella Academy. While the motel attracts visitors, the rooms are reportedly not available for overnight stays.

And when the motel is not used for filming, it serves as a dormitory for the Athlete Institute Basketball and Orangeville Prep, both of which Tipping is a president of.

Tipping originally purchased the motel in 2011 while it featured in Schitt’s Creek between 2015 and 2020.

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