Many Tampa Bay area residents know from ‘Lutz’, ‘Home’ and ‘Movie’ what house is on the market.
However, if you didn’t already pick it up from that description, it’s the 3-bedroom, 2-bath home in Pasco County, that was used as ‘the Bogg’s house’ for filming the movie Edward Scissorhands. The listing on Realtor.com has its price currently $224,000. No, it’s not painted the pastel shade (nor are the homes in the rest of the Carpenters Run neighborhood) as it had been in 1990. In fact, trees have grown in, and if you didn’t know its movie history, you might not have taken a second peek. Take a look and see if you recognize it.
Would you like to place an offer on the home? Click here. Its listing is by Stacie Savoy with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.
[Source: Fox 13]