Home ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ is for sale and will be open on Halloween
Here is your chance to own a little Hollywood magic, or at least to visit for some fun on Halloween.
The home of “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” – known as Spellman Manor on the popular show starring Melissa Joan Hart – recently entered the New Jersey market for $ 1.95 million. And this Halloween Sunday, the mansion made famous by the Seven Seasons sitcom will be open to the public.
“This familiar Victorian home is looking for its new landowners – whether for a multi-family or business stay – and has 5 bedrooms / offices, 2 bathrooms and 1 portal to ‘the other realm'” an Instagram post presenting the list read in a nod to Sabrina and Aunts Hilda and Zelda.
Interested and curious homebuyers are encouraged to stop by 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 64 E. Main Street in Freehold, NJ.
The post continued, “The previous owners have occupied the residence for five centuries and have kept it in pristine condition. Pets welcome with a 500 year old black cat known to roam the premises offering sarcastic cues. Great school district. , but be weary of cute boys, sassy cheerleaders and a manager who might try to date your aunt.Perfect house for throwing birthday parties that will turn your teenager’s life upside down.
But those looking to channel their own magic, beware: “Talking works of art and magical devices are not included.”
Built in 1905, the property is marketed as a fully refurbished multi-family office building. It was used for the exterior filming of the show, which aired from 1996 to 2003.
“It was (mostly) outside, but they showed pictures of themselves in the bedroom outside the windows,” Century 21 listing agent Michael Lubrano told TODAY.
Lubrano also revealed a fun fact about the residence apart from its magical TV connection.
“There is one thing people don’t realize,” he said. “I’m pretty sure … New Jersey’s first female lawyer lived there.”
Earlier this year, rumors of a possible reboot circulated – with the exception of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” on Netflix – but Hart shut them down before fans got too excited.
“Sorry witches! Someone did some fantastic illustrations and even some of our cast and crew believed the viral posts but NO we don’t have a reboot planned,” she captioned an Instagram post. of the false advertisement.
“I have to admit they did a great job on the fake campaign and it got me excited to see it again. But unfortunately it’s not mine, it’s who owns the rights who is probably #ArchieComics or the @cbs network which owns Viacom @viacomcbs. Sorry to disappoint you. Best witches everyone! “