The ‘Edward Scissorhands’ house is up for sale
If you are a fan of Tim Burton’s cinematographic universe, this is one real estate ad that you will not want to miss. The house where the iconic movie “Edward Scissorhands” was shot is listed for an asking price of $699,000 (P36.6 million).
With three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a garage for two cars, the description of this 1,432-square-foot house looks like a normal real estate ad, except that the house in question was the filming location of a legendary movie, none other than “Edward Scissorhands,” whose lead role was played by Johnny Depp in 1990.
Located in Lutz, Florida, the house really does exist. In fact it currently belongs to a couple who have transformed it into a museum dedicated to the film. Fans could even visit it for free, reveals the Tampa Bay Times newspaper.
This house, which in the film is home to the Boggs family who take in Edward Scissorhands, presents a series of photos taken during the shooting that the team entrusted to the owners, as well as the famous paper dolls sculpted by the main character.
The owners even redesigned the garden to resemble the one that appears in the movie. The house will be sold with all these cinematographic relics for $699,900. The owners bought it for $230,000 (P12 million) back in September 2020. JB
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