We all remember what the iconic houses looked like on our favorite TV shows growing up. Whether the famous facades were seen in the opening credits or shown in different scenes, you might still find yourself thinking, “I wish I lived there,” or “I wonder where they filmed that?”
Here’s where a few are today with a little blurb about what’s happened to them since they appeared on your television.
Since the San Francisco housing market is one of the most high-priced in the country, it seems as if the Tanner clan lucked out back in the day since this famous home would now be worth a whopping $3.5 million!
A fun fact: This home is located about 1.5 miles from the “Painted Ladies”
Fresh Prince of Bel Air- 251 N Bristol Ave Los Angeles, CA 90049
Did you know that the Fresh Prince’s Bel Air Mansion was actually located in Brentwood, CA? While we may not know what’s become of the house in real life besides its worth of $7.5 million, we do remember that in the series finale, everyone moved out of the Banks Mansion, so I guess the rest is history…
The Brady Brunch- 11222 Dilling St, North Hollywood, CA 91602
Yes, it’s true! HGTV has purchased one of the most recognized homes in America, the Brady Bunch home! According to HGTV, plans are in the works to restore it to its full ‘70s glory. Stay tuned as they will also be filming a new series, A Very Brady Renovation scheduled to air September of 2019.
Photo courtesy of Anthony Barcelo, Ernie Carswell, Spencer Daley, and Sarah Blanchard
This charming home where the Matthews family used to live was recently sold for $1.5 million, which is too bad because Mr. Feeny would have been a great neighbor.
A fun fact: This Studio City, CA home was just used for exterior shots back in the day. Actual filming took place on set at the studio.
Photo courtesy of: http://mentalfloss.com/article/88766/you-can-buy-corys-house-boy-meets-world
I have terrible news! Steve Urkel’s Chicago home is set for demolition.
A fun fact: The show was filmed on set in California, not in Chicago!
Photo courtesy of: https://www.flickr.com/photos/camphellview/4478509336/
Walter White’s house may not be your dream home. This Albuquerque, NM attraction is always swarmed by fans. The current owner had to build a fence to protect his privacy! Also costs for methamphetamine remediation and clean up are no joke.
Photo courtesy of Steve Snowden/Getty Images
The home that left an undeniable mark on American pop culture was located in sunny Miami, FL! After the first season, they built an exact replica of the house at Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios. You can now take a visit to see this home, aka this “park attraction” in Orlando.
Photo courtesy of Lindsay Blake, taken in February 2014