Love Schitt's Creek? The beloved motel from the comedy series is now up for grabs

The Rose family's digs just hit the market

Schitt's Creek
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Now that the Rose family is out, you can swoop in: The Rosebud Motel from the Emmy-award-winning show Schitt's Creek has just hit the market for $1.6 million (roughly 2 million Canadian dollars). As our beloved David (Dan Levy) would say, "I'm obsessed with this." 

The 6.7-acre property an hour outside of Toronto boasts 10 rooms (including a two-story manager's suite and separate cottage), sits along the Nottawasaga River, and of course, is the place where the beloved, zany Rose clan participated in some silly shenanigans. Even though the exterior was made popular by the hit sitcom, Jesse Tipping, the building's current owner, did previously rent it out to Canadian basketball recruits, according to People. 

Now, the spot could be yours if you're willing to shell out some serious dough. (Let's be honest: some fans would be ready and willing.) 

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At a time when binge-watching is second nature, and everyone is in search of a good laugh, Johnny, Moira, David, and Alexis certainly deliver. Schitt's Creek seemingly catapulted Dan Levy into superstar territory—so much so that we're still talking about his SNL hosting debut weeks after it happened. 

Just recently, Dan has felt the need to clarify the note he left to his host successor, Regina King, who in turn left a note for her successor Regé-Jean Page, and so on.

"I asked if I could leave a note for Regina because the process is such a strange experience. Strange, wonderful, and intimidating experience that like, a little note from the person that had just done it felt like such a sweet vote of confidence," he told TODAY.

We couldn't possibly love this brood and its unique motel anymore if we tried. 

Danielle Valente
Danielle Valente

Danielle is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. When she's not working, you can find her experimenting with new recipes or sitting on the couch with a good book and a cup of coffee.