‘The Brady Bunch’ to ‘Happy Days’: The Locations, Prices and Details on the Best TV Family Sitcom Houses

by Katie Maloney
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Have you ever wanted to visit your favorite TV Family sitcom house?

One of the draws to classic tv shows is the depictions of family. Yes, many of our favorite shows also included a healthy amount of family rivalries and hilarious dysfunction. But it was the safety and love of the homes they returned to that kept them all together. So, it’s no surprise that so many people flock to the homes where their favorite television shows were filmed. Although we don’t encourage trespassing on anyone’s property, it’s always fun to snap a picture in front of your favorite family sitcom house. So, here’s a list of five classic television homes and their locations. Additionally, some of these homes may even be in your budget to purchase if you’re really looking to live-out your classic tv fantasies.

The Brady Bunch House

Location: 11222 Dilling Street, North Hollywood, California

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The Brady Bunch House (Photo by PG/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Here’s the story of a lovely family sitcom house. The Brady Bunch home has become an icon for fans all over the world. People still travel to North Hollywood, California to pose in front of the very Brady home. In. fact, the house is so famous it sparked a celebrity bidding war. HGTV ultimately won and renovated the home to match all its 70s Brady glory. The craziest thing about this home is that the interior was never filmed in the show. The house was only used for exterior shots. Nevertheless, the asking price for The Brady Bunch house was $1.8 million.

The Golden Girls House

Location: 245 N. Saltair Avenue, Los Angeles, California

Who wouldn’t want to live in the same place as the iconic Golden Girls? Although the family sitcom house is not located in Florida, as the show depicts, you still get palm trees. The Golden Girls home is located in Los Angeles, California, and is valued at $3.6 million. Certainly, walking the same floors as Betty White makes the home worth every penny.

The Mary Tyler Moore Show Home

Location: 2104 Kenwood Parkway, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Mary Richards lived in a third-floor studio above Phyllis on the show. It all took place inside this Minnesota home. The last time the house was on the market, it sold for about $1.5 million.

The Happy Days House

Location: 565 N. Cahuenga Boulevard, Los Angeles, California

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Onset of the Happy Days house. (Photo by Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)

Who didn’t want to move in with the Cunninghams from Happy Days? Well, if anyone tried to find their home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin they’d be looking forever. The family sitcom house was not located in the same state the show was set in. In fact, the Happy Days home was actually located across the country in Los, Angeles, California. It’s currently valued at about $3.5 million.

The All In The Family Home

Location: 89-70 Cooper Avenue, Flushing, New York

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Inside the All in the Family home. (Photo by Michael Rougier/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images)

If you’re looking for a family sitcom house on a budget, check out this All In The Family house. The Bunker abode is located in New York and will only cost you about $680,000. That will leave you some extra cash to pick up a recliner just like Archie’s beloved armchair.

In conclusion, there are plenty of family sitcom houses to go around. Anyone up for a cross-country road trip to hit up all these famous spots?

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