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Have You Ever Wondered How Much Famous TV Homes From Your Favorite Shows Cost In Real Life?

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Our favorite TV show homes are just as cozy as our own. But if you tried to move into one, you'd probably be denied a loan from the bank.  

As you may know, most shows are filmed in the City of Angels, and I'm sure you're also aware that most homes in that area are worth millions.

Here are 10 houses from your favorite shows that I'm sure you've wondered the cost of at some point while watching TV.

1. Full House

Address: 1709 Broderick Street, San Francisco, California

Danny Tanner's San Francisco home, which is a Victorian three-bedroom, is worth $4.15 million. Even though it was built in the late 1800s, the house is located in one of the most expensive cities to live in.

2. Boy Meets World

Address: 4196 Calfax Avenue, Studio City, California

The Matthews home is actually close to the CBS Studio lot and is estimated to be worth a little over $1 million.

3. Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Address: 1313 Cota Avenue, Torrance, California

Buffy's spacious home is priced at approximately $750,000.

4. The Brady Bunch

Address: 11222 Dilling Street, North Hollywood, California

After the show ended, the house was sold in the early '70s for $61,000, and now it's said to be worth almost $2 million.

5. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Address: 251 North Bristol Avenue, Los Angeles, California

The house in the intro of the show is not in Bel-Air, but in Brentwood, another affluent neighborhood. That being said, it doesn't make the mansion worth any less. Well-known lawyer Philip Banks and educated Vivian Banks could definitely afford this $11 million house.

We all dreamed about living in these next homes.

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