Bluey house listed “for sale”

Animated ABC house sale almost becomes real when it is covered by excitable, wider media.

“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 quintessential Queenslander, radiating heritage charm, complete with upwards of 100 hidden small long dogs to be found.”

You know your show is doing well when its fictional home gets a listing on Domain and it’s covered by morning television.

Spoiler alert… at the end of Sunday’s episode “Ghostbasket” viewers were shocked to see a “For Sale” sign outside the much-loved home of Bluey.

The cliffhanger leads into the Sunday’s 28 minute episode to screen this Sunday, “The Sign.”

Domain has listed a “Quaint, animated family home, Brisbane City QLD 4000” which 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.”

The end of the listing includes a tactful plug for Sunday’s episode on ABC.

“Watch the 28-minute Bluey special episode The Sign at 8am on Sunday April 14, on ABC Kids and ABC iview. 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.”

While creator Joe Brumm has never indicated where the Bluey home is located in Brissy, other than confirming Red Hill/Paddington area in the inner west, a home in Charlotte St Paddington was once decked out by AirBnB as a Bluey promotional stunt.

Which is where Sunrise went for a live cross earlier today. That house was sold in 2022 for $1.845 million.

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