In Tim Burton's 1990 film Edward Scissorhands, the titular character moves from a dark, remote castle into a pastel blue home in a suburban neighborhood. Now, the Florida home featured in the movie is on the market for $244,000.
In the cult classic film, the inventor who creates Edward Scissorhands (played by Johnny Depp) dies before replacing Edward's scissors hands with human hands. After paying Edward a visit at his castle while selling Avon products, Peg Boggs decides to take him in. While living in the Boggs' home, he falls in love Peg's daughter, Kim (played by Winona Rider).
Located in the Carpenters Run neighborhood of Lutz, Florida, the 1,432 square-foot home was built in 1989, according to the listing. The single-family home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Fully remodeled, the main bedroom boasts a walk-in closet and an ensuite bathroom with a double vanity sink. All of the bedrooms have updated flooring. The spacious living area has a vaulted ceiling, and the kitchen cabinets and countertops are original.
The home also has plenty of outdoor space. It features a grassy front yard that wraps around the side of the house, as well as a fenced-in backyard with a lawn and a large tree.
According to the listing, the home is part of a community that has amenities the whole family can enjoy, including a clubhouse, a pool, a playground, tennis courts, and basketball courts.
Stacie Savoy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices holds the listing.
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