The Motel In The TV Show 'Schitt's Creek' Is For Sale The Rosebud Motel appeared in every episode of the much beloved show, and is reportedly priced at about $1.6 million. In real life, it is named Hockley Motel and is in Mono, Ontario.

The Motel In The TV Show 'Schitt's Creek' Is For Sale

The Motel In The TV Show 'Schitt's Creek' Is For Sale

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The Rosebud Motel appeared in every episode of the much beloved show, and is reportedly priced at about $1.6 million. In real life, it is named Hockley Motel and is in Mono, Ontario.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. The "Schitt's Creek" hotel is up for sale. The Rosebud Hotel (ph) appeared in every episode of the much-beloved show, but there's a catch.

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "SCHITT'S CREEK")

EUGENE LEVY: (As Johnny Rose) Oh, my God.

CATHERINE O'HARA: (As Moira Rose) I can't do it. I tried.

LEVY: (As Johnny Rose) This place is a dump. It's a dump.

MARTIN: A dump that's reportedly priced at about $1.6 million. The place is actually named the Hockley Motel, and it's in Mono, Ontario. For $1.6 million, maybe the owner can throw in some crows for free.

(SOUNDBITE OF CROWS CAWING)

MARTIN: It's MORNING EDITION.

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