Rose Apothecary building from ‘Schitt’s Creek’ hit TV series is on the market for $2.35 million

Looking to own a piece of Canadian TV history? The storefront property that housed Rose Apothecary in “Schitt’s Creek,” a Canadian award-winning sitcom, featuring comedian Eugene Levy and his son, Dan Levy; Annie Murphy and Catherine O’Hara, is for sale.

It could be yours for $2.35 million.

The property in Goodwood, Ont., at 299 Regional Highway 47, is a “landmark building full of history, even before being featured on a popular Canadian TV series!,” the property listing reads.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom, 4,000 square-foot building gives a “whole new meaning to work from home,” the listing reads.

There’s a storefront attached, the same one used for Rose Apothecary, the shop of locally-sourced products run by Dan Levy’s character David Rose.

The building is not the first Schitt’s Creek property to have popped up on the market recently; the mansion the Rose family lived in before they lost their fortune, in the show, is listed for nearly $18 millionand is located in Toronto’s St. Andrew Windfields neighbourhood.

At 24,000 square feet, with 12 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms, an indoor and outdoor pool, a home theater and a carved limestone exterior, it’s no surprise the fictional Rose family would call this mansion their home.

In 2020, the location of the Rose family’s Rosebud Motel, the Hockley Motel, hit the market.

The Hockley Hotel listing boasts 10 units, including a two-storey manager’s suite and a cottage. It notes “Schitt’s Creek” isn’t the only production that has used the motel to film: “A History of Violence,” “Umbrella Academy,” and “11.22.63” also feature the property.


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