Here's Where You Can Visit Spellman Manor From Sabrina The Teenage Witch

Witches are typically depicted as horrifying and cruel beings who sacrifice others for the benefit of their own well-being. However, this wasn't the case with Sabrina Spellman from "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch." She's everyone's favorite magical nineties entity that captured the hearts of thousands with her quirky personality as she worked to hone her magical abilities. Fans especially loved her comedic aunts, Hilda and Zelda, who were supportive of Sabrina's journey. And no one can forget Salem, the black talking pet cat who always had some witty remark. The show lasted for seven years and had several top-rated episodes, according to IMDB.

Want to satisfy your craving for nostalgic vibes? You can visit the large, formerly magical home in New Jersey, according to House Beautiful. Previously, the property was home to multiple businesses, and fans were welcome to have short and quiet visits. However, it went on sale for $2 million in October 2021, according to People.

Victorian magic

Located at 64 E. Main St., the exterior of the home is pure Queen Anne Victorian gold, according to People. The warm white tone is contrasted beautifully against the pure white framing against the windows. The wrap-around porch is stunning and large enough to accommodate almost any furniture design you could think of. The shrubs out front are kept nicely cut and clean so as to not muddy the stunning appearance of the home, and the large double front door is bright and welcoming.

However, as you step in, you won't see the iconic purple walls in the kitchen as previously seen in the show. Most of the space is taken up by office equipment, but the property is available as either a commercial or residential property. However, the space is still quite spacious as it has five bedrooms and is a total of 5,000 square feet. Who knows, maybe the next buyer will restore its old charm and its previous magical capabilities.