House Prices In Stranger Things
The Walking Dead
Fight along side Hershel’s family in this luxury £440,000 farmhouse. Yes, you will have to make do with constant bombardment from zombies, but a few boards on the windows should deal with that. Although the constant droney moans will keep you up at night. A 10% deposit would cost you roughly £44,800. It comes with outhouses and barns, and depending on the lender, would need to know if the house would be run as a working farm. But in this case, I don’t think zombie hoards could count as livestock somehow.
If it wasn’t for that damn clown running around terrorising kids, this house may be quite the tempting offer. Standing at only £288,000 this house offers 5000 sq. ft. What’s more it’s got spiral staircasing and is based in a very quiet location. No wonder the clown could get away with murder… literally. Because of the age of this property, and the state that it’s in, a buyer would need some kind of specialist refurbishment finance. A deposit for this creepy mansion will only cost around £28,800.
The Woman in Black
The most expensive house on this list is the house featured in The Woman in Black. This gothic styled mansion can fetch up to a whopping £1,440,000. That’s a lot of cash for a house that’s haunted. And no, sorry ladies, Daniel Radcliffe if that’s your thing, doesn’t come with the house. You may meet a ghostly woman figure though. Go haunted houses am I right? Because of the complicated history though, this house could be difficult to purchase and would need some special legal documents to finalise the buying procedures. You would also need £144,000 for your 10% deposit too so get saving.
A truly classic movie, the home from Beetlejuice which is situated in Winter River, Connecticut could be sold for £589,000. Although you may want to refrain from saying his name three times, it can be a bit of a pain if Beetlejuice turns up. There is a slight issue though. The previous owners are still very much involved in the property. So bare that in mind if you’re looking to purchase this luxury house. Because of a recent renovation, it’s also considered quite lucrative on the market, so be quick. A deposit will set you back around £58,900.
Although yes, the information on this feature is pretty much fiction, a few of these houses do in fact exist in real life. This was written to entertain rather than inform. If you are however in the market for a new home, then make sure to check out Which? Mortgage Advisers for more information.