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'Stranger Things': You Could Live in Will Byers' House From the Show

The landmark from Netflix's popular series is up for sale. But you'll have to steer clear of the demogorgon.

Meara Isenberg Associate Writer
Meara covers streaming service news for CNET. She recently graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, where she wrote for her college newspaper, The Daily Texan, as well as for state and local magazines. When she's not writing, she likes to dote over her cat, sip black coffee and try out new horror movies.
Meara Isenberg
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The Byers House

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The world just imbibed Stranger Things' fourth season on Netflix -- an epic, intense two-parter that pits the kids against Vecna, the show's baddest villain yet. But do you remember those early days of the show, when Joyce used Christmas lights to communicate with her missing son and Eleven and the gang had but a mere demogorgon to spar with?

This may take you back: The Byers' house seen in early seasons of the show is a real home in Fayetteville, Georgia, and it's now on sale. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is listed on Zillow for $300,000 (about £266,119, AU$ 452,352) and "makes for a PERFECT Airbnb, short-term rental, or personal residence for someone willing to take it on," according to the listing. You'll have to supply your own DIY baseball bat.

The home pops up at least five times in the very first episode, then twice in season 1, episode 4, and also some in seasons 2 and 3, according to the listing. 

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An aerial shot of the Byers' house.


The single-story home sits snug in a wooded area. The Zillow listing include images of the exterior and interior alongside the same pictures with an eerie pink tint... and some creepy figures looming about. "Don't get stuck in the upside-down though," the listing says. "This home does need a full rehab." 

According to the listing, fans continue to show up "almost daily" to get a peek at the home of Will, Joyce and Jonathan. 

"The owners had to put up a driveway barricade and private property signs just to keep people from trespassing," the listing says. But the real question is, has that kept the demogorgons away?

Stranger Things, which debuted on Netflix in 2016, is expected to wrap up its story for good next season. While time is running out for the beloved fantasy series, you could still spend forever in the Byers' house. (Or if you happen to live close to Durham, North Carolina, this fan experience won't put you out $300K.) 

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