The home of Venca, attempted eradicator of humanity, is on the market in Rome, Georgia — and looking much better than the last time we saw it in the fourth season of Stranger Things. The 140-year-old Victorian home has been givend a period-correct restoration and serves as both a historical and pop icon in Rome. Viewers will recognize areas like the dining room, the adjoining parlor where the Hellfire Club played Dungeons & Dragons, and a large living room — all restored to the home's former majestic grandeur. Throughout its 6,000 square feet, the house features up to six bedrooms, the original multi-layered crown moldings, and an antique wall safe and cast iron urinal. The home has been confirmed to have no leftover influence from either Venca or the Upside Down.