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Doesn't it seem to you like a lot of weird stuff happens in this house?

Franco to Wu, in "Blond Ambition"

Nick and Juliette's Home
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Location: Portland, Oregon
Regulars: Nick Burkhardt (formerly)
Juliette Silverton (formerly)
Theresa Rubel (formerly)
Adalind Schade (formerly)
Kelly Schade-Burkhardt (formerly)
Others: Hank Griffin
Monroe
Rosalee Calvert
Sean Renard
Drew Wu
Bud Wurstner
Diana Schade-Renard
Dead.svg Kelly Burkhardt
Dead.svg Marie Kessler
Dead.svg Kenneth Bowes-Lyon
Dead.svg Marcus Rispoli
Dead.svg Oleg Stark
Dead.svg Akira Kimura
Dead.svg Weston Steward
Handcuff.png Joe
Franco
Pilar
Alicia
Ariel Eberhart
Dead.svg Katrina Chavez
Doug Rosten
Meacham
Pogue
Brady
Appearances

Nick and Juliette's Home was the residence of Nick Burkhardt and Juliette Silverton, and briefly Nick, Adalind Schade, and their son Kelly. Ownership of the home was not initially clear, as Juliette offered to move out, ("The Good Shepherd") and Nick did move out. ("Season of the Hexenbiest") Also, Nick was shown moving in with Juliette. ("Volcanalis") Nick later referenced purchasing the house. ("Lost Boys")

Selling the House

Monroe advised Nick that he shouldn't raise his son, Kelly, in a place where so many bad things had happened and that he should think about moving out. Nick took his advice and put the house up for sale soon afterwards, using Michael Wylie as the real estate agent. ("Clear and Wesen Danger") Nick and Adalind moved into a loft after Nick sold the house. He had the furniture that was in the house placed in storage. ("Lost Boys") It is not known who bought the house.

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Trivia

  • "Red Menace" is the first episode that the upstairs guest bedroom is introduced. This explanation from Michael Golamco reveals that for the sake of more efficient storytelling and to save some screen time, Nick slept on the couch during a season 2 plot so that it would immediately come across to viewers that Nick and Juliette were going through a rough patch in their relationship.
  • Nick lived in the house for 6½ years before selling it. ("Lost Boys")
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