LUTZ — The home featured in Tim Burton’s 1990 movie, Edward Scissorhands, is on the market now for $224,000.
Located at 1774 Tinsmith Circle, the house was the filming site for the family home in Burton’s movie 30 years ago. During that time, the homes in Carpenters Run subdivision of Pasco County were painted bright pastel colors.
In the movie, Edward Scissorhands (played by Johnny Depp) was created by an inventor who died before being able to replace his scissor hands with real hands. Taken in by a suburban mom, Scissorhands falls in love with her daughter, Kim Boggs (played by Winona Ryder).
The 1,432-square-foot home was built in 1989 and features three bedrooms and two bathrooms. According to the listing, the home’s master bathroom has been completely remodeled and all three bedrooms have updated flooring. Its kitchen countertops and cabinets are original to the home, which has had two owners total.
Realtor Stacie Savoy said her favorite parts of the home include its master bathroom, with a large, stand-up shower and the backyard, where the barbecue scene in Edward Scissorhands was filmed. Savoy has been flooded with calls since the home went on the market Friday.
“Everybody seems to be happy about it,” she said.