If you’ve ever wondered how much houses for sale in Canada’s most iconic filming locations cost — look no further!\nResearch by Compare the Market has revealed how much it costs to own properties in Canadian spots featured in shows like Schitt’s Creek and Riverdale and the prices have increased so much over the past year.\nEditor's Choice: Jagmeet Singh Says Some Canadians Felt Forced To Sell Their Cars To Repay CERB\nAccording to the company’s data, which was shared with Narcity, you can expect to pay big bucks if you want to buy a detached property in the filming location of so many of Canada’s own most beloved shows.\nIn some cases, property prices have actually spiked by a whopping 93.2%!\nTheir research was compiled using the average value of homes within each of the filming locations and the price-increase was sourced via real estate site Zolo.ca.\nWhile these prices only reflect the cost of properties within the neighbourhood location (not the entire filming set featured in each series) it’s pretty cool to dream about living alongside the Rose family, right?!\nChilling Adventures of Sabrina: Cerberus Books\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Megan (@they_call_me_megalodon)\nIf you’ve ever dreamed of living beside Cerberus Books from the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, you’ll need to be ready to drop some serious cash.\nThe true location is in Cloverdale, Surrey, in B.C., where the average price of a detached house is $1.2 million and an average home sells for $942,025.\nCondos are a little cheaper at around $427,000, but prices are rising at a yearly rate of 19.4%.\nThe Handmaid’s Tale: The Waterford’s House\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by @wanderingwendy711\nWhile The Handmaid’s Tale is mainly set in Boston, The Waterford’s House is located in Hamilton, Ontario.\nProperty is certainly not cheap here, with the average home selling for $645,932.\nDetached houses sold for around $938,000, with condos in the area going for $412,000 as standard.\nWhat’s most shocking is the 93.2% price spike since last year! Eek!\nSchitt’s Creek: Rosebud Motel\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Schitt's Creek (@schittscreek)\nThe Rosebud Motel from Schitt’s Creek has recently gone on the market for a whopping $2 million, but it’s a little cheaper to buy a different type of home in the area.\nIn Orangeville, Ontario, the average home sale price was $759,673, while a detached home will probably set you back $804,000.\nCondos cost around $548,000, with prices going up by 25.3% in the last year.\nThe Umbrella Academy: Sir Reginald Hargreeves’ Old Mansion\nGoogle Maps\nAlso in Hamilton, but in a slightly different area, is Sir Reginald Hargreeves’ old mansion from The Umbrella Academy.\nIf you’re interested in a property in this postal code, an average home costs $491,722.\nWhile condos are surprisingly expensive at around $712,000 as standard, detached homes cost less at about $493,000.\nRiverdale: Betty Cooper/Jughead Jones’ House\nBetty's house! RT @RachelLayne_17: Just casually happened upon this house,one of the filming locations of #Riverdale pic.twitter.com/per33XOBbF— Betty & Juggie (@bettyandjughead) March 29, 2017\nRiverdale fans will need to be ready to spend a lot of money if they want to relocate to one of the show’s iconic B.C. filming locations.\nBetty Cooper/Jughead Jones’ house in the series is filmed in New Westminster, where the average house price is an eye-watering $1,443,478.\nFor a detached home in this area, you’ll need a staggering $1.6 million in the bank, or $485,000 for an average condo.\nRiverdale: Archie’s House\nGoogle Maps\nThe real estate situation near Archie’s house in Grandview-Woodland is pretty similar, with properties selling for $1,287,810 on average.\nYou’ll need to drop $1.7 million for a detached home, while an apartment will still require a hefty sum of around $662,000.\nMaybe it’s best to appreciate this area from in front of your screen instead, eh?