‘Edward Scissorhands’ home back on the market in Lutz for $699,900


*The video above is from September 2021 showing the interior and landscape of “Scissorland”.

LUTZ, Fla. (WFLA) – The famous Lutz house where parts of “Edward Scissorhands” were filmed is back on the market.

In September, 8 On Your Side spoke with “Scissorland” owner Joey Licalzi, who actually worked as a dishwasher on the set of the film. He and his wife bought the house in late 2020 after offers came in from around the world.

The Licalzi couple decided to give back to their community and fellow Tim Burton fans by turning part of their home into a free museum with screenings of the film, offering tours to the public.

The home, located at 1774 Tinsmith Circle, is listed for $699,900. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and comes with all the memorabilia from the movie, including a replica wallpaper in the kitchen that matches the kitchen from the movie.

“This is it! One-of-a-kind Scissorland Sanctuary! Be one of the first families to fight for an epic and historic movie property!” says the list.

The front yard of the house was redone and topiaries similar to the movie were installed. The house has a colorful garden with seating and lighting in place in the back yard.

Moviegoers and potential buyers can see a different virtual tour of the house by checking out “Ourscissorland” on TikTok or Instagram.


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