Here Are The Real-life Real Estate Values For Your Favourite TV And Movie Homes

Here Are The Real-life Real Estate Values For Your Favourite TV And Movie Homes

Ever wondered how much it would cost to live like some of your favourite fictional characters from movies and TV shows?  Real-life real estate values were used to determine the cost of these homes. The prices are all in American Dollars:

  1. Downton Abbey on “Downton Abbey”. . . $179.2 million.
  2. The Hargreeves’ mansion on “The Umbrella Academy”. . . $21.9 million.
  3. BoJack’s house on “BoJack Horseman”. . . $5.9 million.
  4.  Elsa’s Ice Castle in “Frozen”. . . $3.5 million.
  5. The Rosebud Motel on “Schitt’s Creek”. . . $3.5 million. (I would like to call BS on this one. It went up for sale for $2 Million Canadian in march)
  6. Harlan Thrombey’s mansion in “Knives Out”. . . $3.4 million.
  7. 221B apartment on Baker Street on “Sherlock”. . . $3.4 million.
  8. The Addams family mansion in “The Addams Family”. . . $2.8 million.
  9. Otis’ house on “Sex Education”. . . $2.4 million.
  10. Monica’s apartment on “Friends”. . . $1.9 million.
  11. The Burrow (Ron Weasley’s family home) in “Harry Potter”. . . $1.7 million.
  12. The McCallisters’ house in “Home Alone”. . . $1.6 million.
  13. A Hobbit Hole in “Lord of the Rings”. . . $1.5 million.
  14. Villanelle’s Paris apartment on “Killing Eve”. . . $1.4 million.
  15. The Murder House on “American Horror Story”. . . about $633,000.
  16. 4 Privet Drive (where the Dursleys live) in “Harry Potter”. . . about $495,000.
  17. The Simpsons’ house on “The Simpsons”. . . about $484,000.

 

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