The infamous Creel House from “Stranger Things” is changing hands … TMZ has learned the owners of the home already have a buyer.
Our real estate sources tell us the homeowners accepted an offer Wednesday — the last day for bids to be submitted for the Georgia estate — and the home is under contract. The place went on the market with a $1.5 million asking price just over a month ago. The agents are being tight-lipped on the buyer’s identity.
The Victorian-style “haunted house” is featured in “Stranger Things” season 4 as the Creel family home and Vecna’s lair in the Upside Down … and it was originally built way back in 1882, but it’s undergone extensive renovations.
The main house has 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms … and there’s a separate guest house in the backyard of the one-acre lot.
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The property is in Rome, GA and it was once a very successful bed and breakfast before its Netflix fame.
Producers for “Stranger Things” used exterior shots of the home, plus some of the interior … and the house was also recreated on a sound stage near Atlanta.
Jeb Arp, Katie Gettis Edwards and Mimi Richards of Toles, Temple & Wright Inc. hold the listing.