A landmark historic building made famous by the much loved Canadian TV show Schitt’s Creek has hit the market for $2.35 million.
Schittheads will remember this place fondly as David’s boutique store, the Rose Apothecary.
Now the two-story brick structure in Goodwood, Ontario is up for grabs.
The commercial building is attached to a large brick home and the combination takes up the whole corner block.
The official address is 299 REGIONAL HWY 47 Uxbridge, Ontario.
The attached storefront made famous by Schitt’s Creek is accessible from inside the house, so let’s have a look at the well-known business side first.
It’s so charming and it still looks a lot like the Rose Apothecary!
Upstairs, on the second floor of the commercial building, there is somewhat of an art gallery & studio.
It doesn’t come cheap, but what a fantastic space for a working artist! (It would have to be a really successful working artist.)
Let’s look at the residential side…
The house features 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with original doors, pine baseboards, and trim.
The kitchen is large and homey:
And check out the gorgeous breezeway/great room that was constructed between the two buildings:
How divine is that exposed old brick?
On Canadian real estate listings, they rarely put the age of the home or building, much to House Crazy Sarah’s annoyance.
But by the looks of this place, and the locale in which it is located, we can make an educated guess that it dates back to the 1880’s or 1890’s.
Below is the access point to the storefront from inside the residence…
From the backyard, you can see how the breezeway was wedged between the two structures to create extra living space.
This multi-million dollar property is on a “dug well” and septic system – another clue to its age.
There is also a detached one-car garage with a loft above, and a garden shed.
It’s a wonderful property for someone with lots of cash on hand.
The only downside of owning and living in such a beloved Canadian cultural icon is all the Schittheads you would have to put up with making the pilgrimage there.