The House from ‘Edward Scissorhands’ Is on the Market for $244,000


You can now live in the same idyllic neighborhood as “Edward Scissorhands.”

One of the homes featured in the 1990 film starring Johnny Depp is currently on the market for just under a quarter of a million dollars, reported People.

Located in Lutz, Florida, the house was painted pastel blue in the movie and is now outfitted with tan vinyl siding.

Built in 1989, the 1,432-square-foot property features three bedrooms and two bathrooms and is currently listed at $244,000.

The master bedroom has been completely remodeled and all three bedrooms have new flooring. Fans of the film may also recognize the kitchen countertops and cabinets as they are original to the home, the listing noted.

"This home and area is great for someone just starting out, or ready to settle into their forever home," read the listing. "The Community has a clubhouse, pool, playground, tennis court and basketball courts."

In the movie, the residence was known as the Boggs’ house or the Avon Lady’s house, in reference to the character Peg Boggs, portrayed by actress Dianne Weist.

The suburban home is where Edward Scissorhands goes to live after he’s taken in by Boggs and later falls for her daughter, played by Winona Ryder. Fun fact: Depp and Ryder were dating in real life at the time.

Prior to filming, homes in the entire neighborhood were painted various pastel shades to give it a sharp contrast to the edginess and darkness of the film’s titular character.

Also starring Anthony Michael Hall, Kathy Baker and Vincent Price, “Edwards Scissorhands” was considered a success and earned over $86 million at the box office.

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