How Much TV Homes Would Cost on Airbnb, From ‘Stranger Things,’ to ‘Roseanne,’ to ‘Seinfeld’ (Exclusive)
What would the "Friends" apartment rent for nightly? A lot more than this ramshackle "Always Sunny" pad
Ever wanted to live like your favorite TV family? Well, now you can put a dollar figure on that dream.
An Empire Today study, which is exclusive to TheWrap, priced popular television show residences as if they were listed on a short-term rental site, a la Airbnb or VRBO. The home improvement company then cross-referenced the fictional characters' homes to actual comparable listings on those real rental sites.
Scroll through to see them.
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Show: "Full House"
Occupant(s): The Tanner Family
Deets: 2,500 sq. ft., four-bedroom, four-bathroom Victorian-style home in San Francisco with fenced in backyard and patio
Nearby: Golden Gate Bridge, "Good Morning San Francisco" set
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Show: "Star Trek"
Occupant(s): Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Deets: Guests on this 8,000 sq. meter, 5,000-bedroom spaceship will access to the holodeck, arboretum, gymnasium, amphitheaters, sick bay should it be required, and the ship’s bar. Access to the bridge is strictly prohibited, however
Nearby: Stars, other galaxies
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Show: "The Simpsons"
Occupant(s): The Simpson Family
Deets: Four-bedroom, three-bathroom, two-story, 2,000 sq. ft. home in Springfield, Oregon features an attached two-car garage and a versatile treehouse in the backyard. Should anything go wrong, contact helpful neighbor Ned Flanders
Nearby: Kwik-E-Mart convenience store, Moe's Tavern, a stunning view of Springfield Gorge
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