The House Where 'Edward Scissorhands' Was Filmed In Florida Is Now Up For Sale (VIDEO)
Fans of Tim Burton probably still love the classic film Edward Scissorhands, the fantasy romance starring Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder. If you’re a superfan who loves collecting memorabilia from their favorite films, then you may be excited to know that the iconic Edward Scissorhands house that the movie was shot in is up for sale in Florida right now.
Known as The Boggs' House, much of the interior has remained the same since the 1990 film was shot, but the outside has gotten a new paint job. Hardcore fans may even be able to recognize the original kitchen counters and cabinets that appeared in the film.
The home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with the master bathroom having recently been remodeled and now featuring a walk-in closet. All of the bedrooms have undergone updates, as well, sporting brand new flooring.
Located in the Carpenters Run restricted community in Lutz, of Pasco County, Florida, homeowners would also have access to a community pool, tennis courts, and playground.
The home has central air and all the windows have received updated insulation.
Just minutes from the highway, with malls, outlets, and restaurants nearby, it's close to both necessities and fun spots.
So what can one expect to pay for a Tim Burton-film-featured home? The Boggs' old place is currently listed for $224,000 on Zillow.
If you've ever wanted to own a little slice of cinematic history, now's your chance.
Edward Scissorhands House
Address: 1774 Tinsmith Cir., Lutz, FL
Description: The iconic house that was featured in Tim Burton's classic Edward Scissorhands is now for sale in Florida, and looks largely the same as it did in the film.