17 TV Series Houses In Real Life With Interesting Information (17 pics)

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Happy Days 565 North Cahuenga Boulevard Los Angeles, California Estimated price: $3,161,964 The real-life house is nowhere near Miwaukee and has 6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a pool and no Fonzie apartment above the garage.
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Six Feet Under 2302 W 25th Street Los Angeles, California Estimated price: $1,305,726 The 6,324-square-foot Victorian beauty in West Adams was built in 1905 and has plenty of room for people, living and deceased, seeing as it has 5 bedrooms.
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American Horror Story: Murder House 1120 Westchester Place Los Angeles, California Estimated Price: $2,264,829 It’s actually called the Rosenheim Mansion and is a whopping 15,000-square-feet. The cultural landmark is currently set up as a recording studio.
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Boy Meets World 4196 Calfax Ave Studio City, California Estimated price: $1,156,754 Cory Matthews’ home is actually really close to the CBS studios where they shot the show for a while, and it’s surprisingly only 2 bedrooms, despite what the show leads you to believe.
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer 1313 Cota Avenue Torrance Avenue Estimated price: $750,534 Buffy’s house has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in real life and is only a few blocks from Torrance High School which was the exterior of Sunnydale High.
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The Brady Bunch 11222 Dilling Street North Hollywood, California Estimated price: $1,782,141 The giant family lived here in this 5-bedroom house, which has been owned by the same family since February 1973 when it sold for $61,000.
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Modern Family 10336 Dunleer Drive Los Angeles, California Estimated price: $2,252,166 The 4-bedroom 2-story home where the Dunphys live is in Cheviot Hills.
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Family Matters 1516 West Wrightwood Avenue Chicago, Illinois Estimated price: $221,243 The Winslow residence was built in 1924 and is a multi-family home. Steve Urkel not included.
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Golden Girls 245 N Saltair Avenue Los Angeles, California Estimated price: $3,310,708 The feisty ladies did NOT live in south Florida like you may think. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom ranch used in exterior shots is in west Los Angeles.
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Mad Men 675 Arden Road Pasadena, California Estimated Price: $2,021,754 The house had a red door while shooting, and the Draper residence is all the way across the country from Ossining, New York.
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Step By Step 2011 Fletcher Avenue South Pasadena, California Estimated price: $1,590,190 There are only .27 acres on this lot, hardly enough for cousin Cody’s trailer in the yard.
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7th Heaven 527 Alta Avenue Santa Monica, California Estimated price: $6,781,269 This house has over 12 rooms, a pool AND a tennis court on this fairly small lot.
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Roseanne 619 South Runnymeade Avenue Evansville, Indiana Estimated price: $110,735 The actual home the Connors lived in measures up to 2,000 square feet with 4 bedrooms. It’s described as the perfect home for University of Evansville students.
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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 251 North Bristol Avenue Los Angeles, California Estimated Price: $11,634,932 Shockingly enough, the house is NOT in Bel-Air, but in Brentwood, a slightly less super-rich neighborhood. Still, it’s crazy expensive.
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Full House 1709 Broderick Street San Francisco, California Estimated price: $3,901,902 The 2,484-square-foot home built in 1900 is actually for rent right now, for $13,950 a month. San Francisco, am I right?
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The Wonder Years 516 University Avenue Burbank, California Estimated price: $894,775 The modest 1,800-square-foot ranch is in Burbank, but still no word on where the show was actually set.
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