From Fresh Prince To Friends: How Much Would It Cost To Own Your Favorite TV Homes?

From Fresh Prince To Friends: How Much Would It Cost To Own Your Favorite TV Homes?

Have you ever dreamed of living in the iconic homes of your favorite onscreen characters?

From the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air's” mansion to Monica's apartment in “Friends,” here’s a look at the average home price of similar homes within the same area to give you a glimpse of what it would cost to buy these homes in real life.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air's five-bedroom, five-bathroom mansion in Bel Air takes the cake as the most expensive property on the list, with an estimated value of $9 million.

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On the other hand, Kevin's family home in “Home Alone,” which was real, located in Winnetka, Illinois, and the Tanner home in “Full House,” located in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, would both cost you around $3.5 million.

The cozy cottage from “The Holiday,” located in Holmbury St Mary, Surrey, England, would cost around $2.45 million.

Meanwhile, Monica's two-bedroom apartment in “Friends,” located in Greenwich Village, New York would cost approximately $2 million. And, Carrie's one-bedroom apartment in “Sex and the City” on the Upper East Side of Manhattan would set you back about $700,000.

If you're a “Harry Potter” fan, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom Dursley home in Surrey, England, would cost around $615,000, while the home in “Hocus Pocus” would come in at about $520,000.

The iconic home from “The Notebook” in Seabrook, South Carolina, would cost around $480,000, and Charlie's house in “Twilight” in Forks, Washington, will set you back around $305,000.

While some of these homes may not actually exist, the prices give you a good idea of the cost of similar properties in the same area.

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