If you're a Stranger Things fan who just so happens to be in need of a new house, it's your lucky day, because the property used as the set of the Byers' home on the hit Netflix show just came on the market.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home, located in Fayetteville, Georgia, sits on a six-acre lot on the outskirts of the fictional town of Hawkins, and comes with the very reasonable asking price of $300,000 (USD). For Stranger Things fans, it might be a small price to pay to own the house where Will communicated via Christmas lights from the Upside Down.

Although there likely won't be any demagorgon or Vecna sightings on the property, the listing does not shy away from embracing that supernatural possibility. Every photo on the listing is posted twice -- once appearing normally, and the other in a spooky Upside-Down-esque red tint. One photo of the fireplace even makes it look like a portal to the creepy alternate dimension.

Fans will of course recognize the exterior of the house, and even though the interiors are different than what's seen on the show, it appears that the owners of the property have strung up their own Christmas lights and letters along one of the walls.


The house itself, a 122-year-old bungalow, is fairly spacious, measuring 1,846 sq. ft. But for anyone not wanting to pick up and move to Georgia themselves, the listing notes that the house would make a great themed Airbnb. But one thing to keep in mind is that, unfortunately, the house is in need of a full rehab and is being sold as-is with no seller disclosure.

"This home does need a full rehab, but with the right owner the potential return on investment could be HUGE," the listing reads. "Since the show was aired fans have traveled far and wide, almost daily, just to drive by and get a picture. So much so that the owners had to put up a driveway barricade and 'Private Property' signs just to keep people from trespassing, so needless to say the house gets a ton of attention."

The listing also asks that interested buyers be respectful of the property and schedule a showing.

If you've watched season 4 of Stranger Things then you know the Byers moved to New Mexico, so it seems unlikely Netflix would need the house again for more filming. In fact, this isn't the first time the property has come up for sale since the end of season 3. In 2020, it was listed with an asking price of $333,000 but no sale was made.


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