At the end of the third season of the beloved Netflix hit “Stranger Things,” Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) packs up her things and moves her two sons, Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) and Will (Noah Schnapp), and her adopted daughter, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), out of their longtime home to relocate to a new place in the hopes of escaping the constant terrors of Hawkins, Ind. once and for all. And in a case of life imitating art, the real-life homeowners of the property that plays the Byers pad on the show (which is actually located in the Atlanta, Ga. area) appear to be doing the same, as the modest one-level residence just hit the open market this week!
Situated about 20 miles south of downtown Atlanta on the far outskirts of Fayetteville, the residence is the true definition of rural. Standing against a heavily wooded backdrop at the end of a dusty, winding driveway on a sprawling 6.17-acre lot at 149 Coastline Rd. (a little under a mile away from Bethany United Methodist Church Cemetery, where Will’s funeral was held in the episode titled “Chapter Five: The Flea and the Acrobat”), the pad proved a perfectly spooky spot for the events of the series’ first three seasons to play out. And now it can be yours! Repped by Michael Smith (aka Mickey the Realtor) of eXp Realty, the dwelling is being offered for a cool $300,000. (Please remember this is a private home. Do not trespass or bother the residents or the property in any way.)
Originally built in 1900, the clapboard structure comprises three bedrooms and two baths in 1,846 square feet. While the listing notes that the sale includes a barn on the grounds, no mention is made of a Castle Byers being stationed anywhere nearby.