The house, popular on Sabrina Teen Witch TV, is being marketed by real-life owners for $ 1.95 million.
If you don’t want to buy it, you can rent it for two parts: the front of the house for $ 9,750 a month and the back for $ 3,200 a month.
The list is marked as a commercial house, taking into account the layout, the interior shows the entrance and the lobby. The landlord repaired it for use in the office.
According to the list, the Victorian-style house, built in 1905, occupies more than 4,800 square feet next to the Freehold Boro business area.
The back building is two-story, about 2,000 square feet.
Features include a folding front porch and three fully built floors, an almost built tent.
It also has separate office entrance doors, a full kitchen, two bathrooms and an extremely large tent.
The big front of the house served as a fictional home for a sitcom in the late ’90s featuring Melissa Joan Hart, Beth Broderick and Caroline Ray.
The sitcom depicts Sabrina Spellman, played by Hart, who lived in Spellman Manor with her 600-year-old aunt, played by Ray and Broderick. His best friend, Salem, was a talking black cat, and he was told by Nick Bakkay in Boston’s Westbridge, Massachusetts.
According to the Asbury Park Press, the house first belonged to the county’s first female attorney, who later became a law firm.
At the time, Sabrina’s scout was dropped by Scott Beskin’s law firm and asked to take a picture of the building on a TV show that Beskin agreed to.
“I thought someone liked the look of my Victorian-era building,” said Beskin, 83. He sold the property nearly thirty years ago.