Listed for sale: Bluey’s iconic animated house

bluey house

The listing comes off the back of the most recent episode of Bluey, Ghostbasket.

Those looking to move to Brisbane may stumble across a unique listing this week, as the iconic Bluey house is officially listed for sale on Domain

“A quaint, animated family home nestled in an undisclosed Brisbane location, that could be in Red Hill or The Gap (we’ll never tell), with mid-century design aesthetics offset by whimsical touches,” the listing reads.

“Illustrated lovingly at the end of a cul-de-sac, this house sits atop a hill with views of Mount Coot-Tha. This 3 bedroom, 4 (ish) bathroom home boasts of work from home spaces, lovely period floorboards and mysterious hallways that don’t logically seem to join spaces together but always feel cohesive and purposeful. Perfect for endless play and games with the family.”

Bluey house

The listing – which is being overseen by canine realtor Bucky Dunstan – comes off the back of the most recent episode of Bluey, Ghostbasket. The Grannies return in the episode, setting out to ruin Bandit’s attempts to sell the house to Chilli. It’s all fun and games until the final shot of the show, which zooms out to reveal an actual For Sale sign in front of the house.

Ghostbasket is the lead into the 28-minute Bluey special episode, The Sign, which is set to drop at 8am on Sunday 14 April, on ABC Kids and ABC iview. Both episodes are penned by Bluey creator and writer Joe Brumm, directed by Richard Jeffery, and produced by Ludo Studios.

The Sign has a major roster of cameo voice talent: Patrick Brammall returns as the voice of Uncle Rad, with Megan Washington as Calypso, Claudia O’Doherty as Frisky, Myf Warhurst as Trixie, and Rose Byrne as Brandy. Making their Bluey voice debut, The Sign will also feature Rove McManus, Deborah Mailman, Brendan Williams, and Joel Edgerton.

“This is an exciting opportunity for all families around the world to see if this beloved, iconic house becomes home to a lucky new family,” the Domain listing concludes.

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