House From ‘Edward Scissorhands’ Is Now Up For Sale
Movie lovers will remember that the Florida property, located in Lutz, a suburb of Tampa Bay, was home to the Boggs family in Tim Burton's hit 1990 film.
It was here that Edward (played by Johnny Depp) moved in, accidentally punctured the water bed, and went on to wow neighbours with his mind-blowing hedge-sculpting skills.
Admittedly, the house looks a little different than it did in the original movie, having lost its pale pastel turquoise colour for a shade of smoke grey.
But beyond the colour of the exterior, the property remains the same.
Currently on the market for $224,000 (£171,600) the property is being marketed by by Stacie Savoy for the Berkshire Hathaway Florida Properties Group.
The spacious 1,432-square-foot suburban property - which sits inside the Carpenters Run community - has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and has kept many of the same features and charm including the kitchen cabinets and countertops.
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Film makers shot exterior and interior scenes at the home, which was built in 1989.
These photos show the interior and exterior of the home - located at 1774 Tinsmith Circle - as well as more views of the community, which has its own clubhouse and pool.
Savoy has reportedly been flooded with calls since the home went on the market on Friday.
The houses in Edward Scissorhands were a major feature of the cult movie's visual appeal.
Decked out in a rainbow of pastel shades, they mirrored the eccentric locals who lived inside them, while their identical, cookie-cutter layouts appeared to offer a comment on mundane suburban life.
Burton's movie - which starred Winona Ryder alongside Depp - grossed a worldwide total of $86.02 million at the box office.
Featured Image Credit: 20th Century Fox
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