All you need is your own Stevie Budd.
The Ontario, Canada, hotel used as the exterior for the Rosebud motel on "Schitt's Creek" is now for sale and could be yours for a cool $1.6 million.
The property, called the Hockley Motel in real life, sits on 6.7 acres of land 90 minutes outside Toronto, with easy access to Nottawasaga River for rainbow trout fishing.
The motel includes 10 rooms, as well a two-story manager's suite and a separate cottage.
While the Hockley doesn't include the famous signage for the Rosebud, its exterior is unmissable as the makeshift home of Johnny (Eugene Levy), Moira (Catherine O'Hara), Alexis (Annie Murphy) and David Rose (Daniel Levy) after the IRS seizes all of their belongings.
Interior shots of the Rosebud and the rest of the motley town were shot on set in Toronto.
The fan-favorite Pop TV comedy that gained new life on Netflix ended in June after six seasons, followed by award show domination at the Emmys and the Golden Globes.
There's even an "Unofficial Cookbook of Schitt’s Creek." Check it out along with other cookbooks inspired by movies and TV shows:
Dinner and a show
‘Friends: The Official Cookbook’
With the help of this book, easily whip up a “Friends”-themed dinner while you rewatch the beloved sitcom yet again. This cookbook includes over 150 recipes taken from the show, including Just For Joey Fries and Rachel’s infamous Lobster With a Side of Lobster Roll.
Gather some friends of your own and dig into some of Rachel, Monica, Ross, Chandler, Phoebe and Joey’s favorites.
‘The Bob’s Burgers Burger Book: Real Recipes for Joke Burgers’
With 75 specialty recipes included, this cookbook allows fans of the beloved series to bring a taste of Bob’s Burgers to their own kitchen.
Each practical recipe comes from the popular blog “The Bob’s Burger Experiment” and includes tasty recipes inspired by the show like the Bleu is the Warmest Cheese Burger and the Bruschetta-Bout-It Burger.
It’s a must-have for hungry carnivores and fans of the series alike.
‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge: The Official Black Spire Outpost Cookbook’
Foodies of the galaxy will adore this culinary compilation, filled to the brim with out-of-this-world meals fit for a Jedi.
With over 175 recipes, including sides, snacks, desserts and drinks, this detailed cookbook allows fans and foodies alike to bring the flavor of Black Spire Outpost to their own table. Some of the more notable recipes include Spicy Mandalorian Stew, Braised Shaak Roast and Fried Endorian Tip-Yip.
‘Tastes Like Schitt: The Unofficial Cookbook of Schitt’s Creek’
To fill the void left upon finishing the final season of “Schitt’s Creek,” this unofficial cookbook will help you relive some of your favorite moments from the beloved series via culinary means.
Featuring a slew of easy-to-follow recipes from Cafe Tropical to the Rosebud Motel’s cinnamon rolls, this cookbook is an essential keepsake for any super-fan of the series. Just be sure to fold in the cheese.
‘A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official ‘Game of Thrones’ Companion Cookbook’
The final season of “Game of Thrones” wrapped in 2019, but fans of the hit HBO series can still bring the taste of the frozen North home.
This cookbook includes over 100 recipes suitable for chefs of all skill levels, organized by region, including Mutton in Onion-Ale Broth, Trout Wrapped in Bacon, Honey-Spiced Locusts and Quails Drowned in Butter.
Your winter feast is coming.
‘Outlander Kitchen: To the New World and Back Again’
Starz’s “Outlander” not only offers a healthy fusion of drama, action and romance, but it also offers plenty of mouth-watering food moments. Now, you can re-make delicious dishes inspired by and borrowed from the show in the comfort of your own home.
From hearty dinners like Benedicta’s Steak and Mushroom Pie to tasty treats like Mistress Abernathy’s Apple Pandowdy, this compilation offers a dish for every taste.
‘The Sopranos Family Cookbook’
Compiled by master chef Artie Bucco, this “Sopranos”-themed cookbook allows you to re-create authentic Sicilian dishes inspired by and featured on the HBO series.
Relive Tony Soprano’s delicious grilled sausage with fennel or whip up Carmela’s “healing” pastina and ricotta dish.
With an endless supply of Italian meals to make for your own family and friends, this cookbook is the must-own volume for foodies and “The Sopranos” buffs.
‘The Official Downton Abbey Cookbook’
Dine a la the Crawleys with this official “Downton Abbey” cookbook, featuring modern adaptations of period cuisine, as well as authentic replications of the fare showcased on the series.
The recipes span breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts and are organized by occasion (i.e. afternoon tea, picnics and downstairs supper), and the cookbook includes over 100 crave-worthy dishes like Oysters au Gratin, Jam and Custard Tarts and Chicken Vol-au-Vents.
‘The Necronomnomnom: Recipes and Rites from the Lore of H.P. Lovecraft’
Curated by Mike Slater and Thomas Roach, this quirky cookbook is chock-full of bizarre yet appetizing recipes, including The Deep Fried Deep One and the Nog Sothoth.
Just like H.P. Lovecraft’s forbidden book, “Necronomicon,” this cookbook is filled to the brim with secret pages and recipes.
While it is not inspired by a movie or TV show, we figured this literary-themed cookbook had to be on the list.
‘Seinfeld Cookbook: A Cookbook About Nothing!’
Inspired by the legendary ‘90s sitcom, this delightful “cookbook about nothing” spotlights 30 recipes borrowed from the series.
For a show commonly dubbed as the “show about nothing,” it sure does have plenty of food-focused episodes, and this quirky cookbook will help you create some of the most memorable meals from the show.
‘The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook’
Inspired by some of Hogwarts’ most magical dishes, this cookbook includes over 150 recipes suitable for kitchen wizards and beginners alike.
From simple “muggle” meals (think Kreacher’s French Onion Soup) to advanced confections like Treacle Tarts, this unique collection will excite and satisfy the tastebuds of any fan.
‘Back To The Future: The Official Hill Valley Cookbook’
Featuring five chapters of gastronomic treats from different time periods, each inspired by the “Back To The Future” films, this official cookbook allows you to travel through time while feasting on festive meals.
Some standout recipes includes Hill Valley Clock Tower Chicken Fry and Uncle Joey’s Parole Cake.
‘Eat Like a Gilmore: The Ultimate Unofficial Cookbook Set for Fans of Gilmore Girls’
Whether a veteran of the original drama-comedy series or a new fan currently binging the reboot, “Gilmore Girls: A Year in The Life,” this unofficial cookbook inspired by the show will transport you straight to Luke’s Diner (because fans know all too well that Lorelai and Rory weren’t exactly chefs).
Aside from diner staples, this volume includes some of the mother and daughter’s favorite junk foods: Chinese food dishes, Luke’s Cherry Danish and even homemade pop tarts.
‘Eat What You Watch: A Cookbook for Movie Lovers’
Looking for an anthology film-inspired cookbook with a wide range of cinematic-themed recipes inspired by the big screen?
This comprehensive cookbook contains recipes from over 40 iconic movies and cult-classic films, from the hazelnut gelato in “Roman Holiday” to the New York Style double-decker pizza in “Saturday Night Fever” and even the deli sandwich featured in the infamous scene in “When Harry Met Sally.”
‘The Godfather: The Corleone Family Cookbook’
This “Godfather”-themed cookbook features over 75 authentic Italian dishes accompanied with visuals inspired by the Corleone family.
From traditional meatballs to Clemenza’s Sunday sauce, this tome is a must-own for fans of the classic film trilogy.