Alpine Motel owner lists mansion for sale for $2.9 million

The landlord of the downtown Las Vegas apartment building where a December fire killed six has listed his family’s mansion for sale.

Adolfo Orozco faces involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with the deadly Alpine Motel Apartments fire, which left more than a dozen injured. The blaze also triggered wrongful death lawsuits in which Orozco has been named as a defendant.

The 6,250-square-foot, Southern Highlands Country Club mansion was first listed Monday on Simply Vegas. The six-bedroom, six-bath home, which property records show is in the name of Orozco’s wife, Erika Ayala, is going for $2,995,000.

“Never before has this hidden gem been available,” the listing reads.

The listing follows the sale of more than $5 million worth of other properties this summer. As of late August, Orozco and his wife had liquidated about half of their once-multimillion-dollar portfolio of 24 properties in Nevada.

Orozco acquired the Alpine in 2013 for

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The real ‘Schitt’s Creek’ motel will be up for sale soon

It’s a no-frills, small-town motel that a family moves into after losing their wealth — and soon, this television-famous property can be your own.

The property that plays the role of the Rosebud Motel on the popular Canadian series “Schitt’s Creek,” which swept the 2020 Emmys on Sunday with a record-breaking nine prizes for the most wins in a single season, is poised to hit the market, reports Simcoe County News.

“I’m actually in the process of putting it up for sale,” its owner, Jesse Tipping, told the outlet of the real motel in Orangeville, Ontario. “It’ll be up for sale next month.”

The asking price isn’t available, but if it weren’t for the COVID-19 pandemic — which continues to seal the border between the US and Canada — Tipping would have already listed it for sale.

“Schitt’s Creek” cast members in front of the Rosebud Motel.©CBC (Canadian Broadcast
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‘Schitt’s Creek’ Motel to Go Up for Sale in October

Ohmygod! The motel featured in the Emmy-winning comedy “Schitt’s Creek” is going up for sale next month, its owner says.

Jesse Tipping, the owner of the real-life Rosebud Motel in Hockley Valley, Ontario, told CTV News that he will be listing the eight-acre property and its motel, which features eight apartment-style rooms and a three-bedroom unit. The property, which includes a horse stable, sits along the Nottawasaga River about 55 miles northwest of Toronto.

In addition to its starring role over six seasons of Dan Levy’s “Schitt’s Creek,” the property was used as a set for the 2005 Viggo Mortensen thriller “A History of Violence” and more recently the TV shows “11.22.63” and “The Umbrella Academy.” Tipping purchased the property in 2011 knowing it was been used in productions and listed in filming databases.

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‘Schitt’s Creek’ Motel to Go Up for Sale in October

Ohmygod! The motel featured in “Schitt’s Creek” is going up for sale next month, its owner says.

Jesse Tipping, the owner of the real-life Rosebud Motel in Hockley Valley, Ontario, told CTV News that he will be listing the 20-acre property and its motel, which features 8 apartment-style rooms and a three-bedroom unit. The property sits on eight acres of the Nottawasaga River and lies about 55 miles northwest of Toronto.

The property was used as set for the 2005 Viggo Mortensen thriller “A History of Violence” and more recently the TV shows “11.22.63” and “The Umbrella Academy.” Tipping purchased the property in 2011 knowing it was been used in productions and listed in filming databases.

Tipping, who is the president of the Athlete Institute Basketball Academy and Orangeville Prep,

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‘Schitt’s Creek’s Rosebud Motel Is Actually for Sale

The Schitt’s Creek motel will be “up for sale next month,” owner Jesse Tipping announced to the Orangeville Banner.

Known as the Rosebud Motel in the popular Canadian series created by Eugene and Dan Levy, the site has become a popular tourist destination in Orangeville, Ontario, an hour’s drive west of Toronto. Fans reportedly trek out daily to see it.

“We just kind of let them enjoy it because if they are not bothering anybody, people really get a kick out of it,” Tipping said. “They’re always so happy to see the place.”

Tipping purchased the property in 2011 as a space to house basketball recruits; he is president of the Athlete Institute Basketball Academy and Orangeville Prep, Canada’s most competitive prep-school basketball program. Jamal Murray, a player with the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, is among the graduates and former inhabitants.

Schitt’s Creek, which premiered in 2015, has rented

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‘Schitt’s Creek’ motel is going up for sale: report

The Canadian dormitory that was used to film the Emmy-winning TV show, “Schitt’s Creek,” is going to be up for sale soon.

Jesse Tipping, the owner of the building that served as the show’s Rosebud Motel, told south-central Ontario news outlet, the Orangeville Banner, that he is planning to sell the property given the success of the popular comedy series.

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“I’m actually in the process of putting it up for sale,” he said days after the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, which aired on Sept. 20. “It’ll be up for sale next month.”

The iconic fictional motel, which is located at 308399 Hockley Road in Orangeville, Ontario, appeared in all six seasons of

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The Rosebud Motel From “Schitt’s Creek” Will Be up for Sale Next Month, Says Owner

Earlier this month, Schitt’s Creek took home an impressive nine awards at the 2020 Emmys— the most perfect way to honor the quirky comedy series which aired its last episode in April. Now that things have officially been wrapped up, the iconic Rosebud Motel is hitting the market. Yup, it’s very much a real place—although, much like in the show, it’s far from your typical motel.

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Simcoe.com spoke with the current Rosebud Motel owner, Jesse Tipping, about the property. “It’ll be up for sale next month,” he says of the motel located on Hockley Road in Orangeville, ON. While he does not disclose his asking price for the now TV-famous landmark, he does highlight some of the property’s rich history— and it goes far beyond the Rose family’s stay.

Tipping, who currently serves as the

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The popular motel from ‘Schitt’s Creek’ will soon be up for sale

TORONTO —
The Ontario property that plays the role of the Rosebud Motel on the popular Canadian series “Schitt’s Creek” is being put up for sale.

Jesse Tipping, owner of the real-life Rosebud Motel in Hockley Valley, Ont., told CTV News Channel that the infamous property is set to hit the market next month.

Tipping explained in an interview on Sunday that he had planned to list the property earlier this year. However, when COVID-19 hit, he decided to open it up to a local group in need of space for people to quarantine.

“Because of [the pandemic] and the guidelines of quarantine, I found a local organization that needed the ability to have some more space for what they do and so it’s been tenanted out for COVID base purposes,” Tipping said.

Despite the temporary setback, Tipping does not expect to have any problems selling the motel.

He said

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