Remember when we told you about this gorgeous 19th century mansion that was on sale? Well, it’s now officially sold! The mansion featured on Stranger Things as the spooky Creel Home has been acquired by a buyer kept anonymous by the listing agent, Toles, Temple & Wright, for the hefty asking price of $1.5 million!
Stranger Things is making Atlanta its real-life home with the current Stranger Things Experience, now open at Pullman Yards through February 12.
While its price tag may startle some, the Second Empire-style home has the merits of a true Georgian jewel: 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, handcrafted bookshelves, an antique wall safe, and plenty more renovated additions. It was originally constructed around 1882 by Colonel Hamilton Yancey.
The previous owners recognized the mansion’s unique appeal and acquired the house in 2019, drawn to homes like the Psycho House, “Addams Family style” (Shane Fatland for Atlanta Magazine). We’re convinced the new buyers will also get to enjoy the imposing mansion in its full glory, particularly after its post-Stranger Things, Season 4 fame.
Georgia has always struck Stranger Things creators as a mysterious state filled with creepy-looking houses and locations…. and they have a point. Atlanta and its surroundings have served as canvas for a lot of the sci-fi show’s iconic locations — from Gwinnett Place Mall to Stone Mountain Cemetery and, most recently, this stunning mansion in Rome, Georgia.
And while you can’t tour the spooky Creel Home, you can surely be sucked into the Upside Down by paying a visit to Atlanta’s thrilling Stranger Things Experience at Pullman Yards.
The immersive journey will transport you to Hawkins circa 1986, where you’ll encounter suspenseful new storylines and show-inspired activities. Become a part of the gang by uncovering your own powers, and make memories with friends and family at the Mix-Tape, a large area that features replicas of Stranger Things sets and exclusive merch. Expect so many more surprises at the Stranger Things Experience, currently at a discounted $39 for general admission.