“Edward Scissorhands” (1990) is a cult classic by Tim Burton, starring Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder and one of the favorites for fanatics due to the incredible cinematic aesthetic.
How can we forget the colorful suburbs that Tim Burton and his production team created for one of the most iconic films of the 90’s? It’s been 30 years since its premiere and now people will have the opportunity to purchase the Boggs family’s house, where they received Edward in.
The house located in Lutz, Florida was constructed back in 1989, shortly before filming began.
It was painted in a distinctive turquoise for the movie but now has a neutral color. According to the listing, organized by real estate agent William Surgeon, III, the 1.432-square-foot residence has 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms, including a remodeled master bath and a walk in closet. However, some interior features remain unchanged, including kitchen cabinets and counters.
On the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices listing notes, the house is part of the Carpenters Road community which includes a clubhouse, pool, playground, tennis court and basketball courts.
The residence sits in a real-life neighborhood, located at 1774 Tinsmith Circle, where Peg Boggs (played by Dianne Wiest) sold her Avon products in the film.
Back at the time, a permission was secured to paint the houses and give them the iconic look we see in the film, according to Today.
After filming, some of them were painted again while other houses remained just like that as a beautiful memory.
The residence known as the Avon lady’s home or the Boggs’ home in the film, is listed for $224,000.