Edward Scissorhands house hits the market for $700K and with memorabilia from the Tim Burton classic

The Florida home made famous as the setting for Tim Burton’s 1990 cult classic, Edward Scissorhands, has hit the market.

One lucky movie buff can scoop up the Tampa area abode for just under $700K and it comes stocked with tons of memorabilia from the fantasy flick, TMZ reported on Friday.

Joey Klops, who currently owns the piece of film history real-estate, is looking to turn a huge profit on the property just two years after buying it for $230K.

For sale: The Florida home made famous as the setting for Tim Burton's 1990 cult classic, Edward Scissorhands, has hit the market for $700K

For sale: The Florida home made famous as the setting for Tim Burton’s 1990 cult classic, Edward Scissorhands, has hit the market for $700K

Since purchasing the three bedroom, two bathroom house in 2020, Klops has been renovating the space to return it to the look and style from the Johnny Depp film.

Klops and his wife completely transformed the residence into an Edward Scissorhands museum they dubbed ‘Scissorland’ and filled the space with props from the movie.

The family listed the home for sale on Wednesday and told TMZ that they plan on leaving all of the memorabilia for the new owners.

In the Tim Burton film starring Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder, the Florida house was used as the home of the Boggs family.

Iconic: One lucky movie buff can scoop up the Tampa area abode which comes stocked with tons of memorabilia from the fantasy flick, TMZ reported on Friday

Iconic: One lucky movie buff can scoop up the Tampa area abode which comes stocked with tons of memorabilia from the fantasy flick, TMZ reported on Friday

Money: Joey Klops, who currently owns the piece of film history real-estate, is looking to turn a huge profit on the property just two years after buying it for $230K

Money: Joey Klops, who currently owns the piece of film history real-estate, is looking to turn a huge profit on the property just two years after buying it for $230K

Legendary: Since purchasing the three bedroom, two bathroom house in 2020, Klops has been renovating the space to return it to the look and style from the Johnny Depp film

Legendary: Since purchasing the three bedroom, two bathroom house in 2020, Klops has been renovating the space to return it to the look and style from the Johnny Depp film

Edward was created by a scientist who died before being able to complete the animated artificial humanoid leaving him with crude scissor hands.

Peg Boggs, played by Dianne Weist, initially met Edward (Depp) at his otherwise-abandoned mansion while selling cosmetics door-to-door.

She offered the scissor-handed loner a place to stay at her home with her husband (played by Alan Arkin) and daughter Kim (Winona Ryder).

The home’s exterior was revamped by the Klops’ to resemble the zany landscaping, including geometric potted shrubs that twirl upwards, made famous in the movie.

Movie museum: Klops and his wife completely transformed the residence into an Edward Scissorhands museum they dubbed 'Scissorland' and filled the space with props from the movie

Movie museum: Klops and his wife completely transformed the residence into an Edward Scissorhands museum they dubbed ‘Scissorland’ and filled the space with props from the movie

wow!  The family listed the home for sale on Wednesday and told TMZ that they plan on leaving all of the memorabilia for the new owners

wow! The family listed the home for sale on Wednesday and told TMZ that they plan on leaving all of the memorabilia for the new owners

Historic: In the Tim Burton film starring Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder, the Florida house was used as the home of the Boggs family

Historic: In the Tim Burton film starring Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder, the Florida house was used as the home of the Boggs family

Prop time: One of the pieces that will be left to the new owners are a pair of scissor gloves worn by Depp in this scene

Prop time: One of the pieces that will be left to the new owners are a pair of scissor gloves worn by Depp in this scene

In addition to the playful shrubbery, the backyard boasts decorations used in the film, including large colorful letters hung on the wooden picket fence. There’s also a tall ladder with chicken wire to help vines grow up it.

The vine-covered ladder was featured in a scene where Depp’s character climbs up it to use his scissor hands to chisel a block of ice into an angel.

Klops previously revealed that a lot of the props collected for the museum space were obtained from neighbors who kept bits and pieces from production.

Some of the props were personally used by Depp, including a set of scissor gloves used in a scene in which he carves the iconic dinosaur shrub.

Donations: Klops previously revealed that a lot of the props collected for the museum space were obtained from neighbors who kept bits and pieces from production

Donations: Klops previously revealed that a lot of the props collected for the museum space were obtained from neighbors who kept bits and pieces from production

That looks familiar: The vine-covered ladder was featured in a scene where Depp's character climbs up it to use his scissor hands to chisel a block of ice into an angel

That looks familiar: The vine-covered ladder was featured in a scene where Depp’s character climbs up it to use his scissor hands to chisel a block of ice into an angel

The real deal: Klops also managed to get his hands on a pack of cigarettes misplaced on set by Depp, which were part of his personal stash and are now displayed prominently in the kitchen

The real deal: Klops also managed to get his hands on a pack of cigarettes misplaced on set by Depp, which were part of his personal stash and are now displayed prominently in the kitchen

Cult classic: Tim Burton directed the bizarre and beloved fantasy romance in 1990 starring Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder

Cult classic: Tim Burton directed the bizarre and beloved fantasy romance in 1990 starring Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder

Klops also managed to get his hands on a pack of cigarettes misplaced on set by Depp, which were part of his personal stash and are now displayed prominently in the kitchen.

The owner claimed that Depp was the only person on set given permission to smoke on the Boggs house set.

Inside, the house has been outfitted with a bizarre mushroom wallpaper covering the kitchen and other rooms to match the film’s vibe and even a full-sized an Edward Scissorhands mannequin.

Klops and his wife tried to keep as many of the elements that were present in Edward Scissorhands as possible, though they did paint some rooms.

The original: The house, seen here in the film, was quite stark and pained a pale aqua

The original: The house, seen here in the film, was quite stark and pained a pale aqua

What is old is new again: The Klops family included geometric shrubbery to match what the house ended up looking like in the film after Edward took over the landscaping

What is old is new again: The Klops family included geometric shrubbery to match what the house ended up looking like in the film after Edward took over the landscaping

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