This Is How Much It Would Cost to Buy Fictional Homes from Your Favorite Shows and Movies

Posted on Oct 20, 2016

Who doesn't get nostalgic when they see a house where Harry Potter spent his childhood? Or where our beloved "Friends" characters had so many adventures, sharing their lives and going through everything together? Having Bilbo's home would be like a dream you don't want to wake up from. Even though many of us couldn't probably afford them, it is fun to at least check their prices. So, here we go.

1. Harry Potter

Harry Potter
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Probably many would prefer Hogwarts, but a house that belongs to the Dursley family, where Harry spent his entire childhood and youth, would probably mean a lot to all his fans. Not only to them but to everyone who loves this kind of beautiful English architecture style settled in a nice green area. But it would be fairly expensive: £475,000 is equal to $590,000!

2. Friends

Friends
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Monica's famous apartment from "Friends" would cost no less than $4 million!

3. The Sopranos

The Sopranos
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The magnificent house in New Jersey where the Soprano family lives is pretty costly - around $1.7 million. Though, we can't say it's not worth that much.

4. The Simpsons

The Simpsons
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The house we all know so well (especially the always-changing living room) in Springfield, located on 742 Evergreen Terrace, would cost $195,000.

5. Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad
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To be able to live in Walter White's house in New Mexico, USA, you would need around $200,000. But wouldn't that be awesome!

6. The Hobbit

The Hobbit
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To purchase this dreamy home in Bag End, Hobbiton, you would need gold coins. We expected no less, but imagine what a romantic settlement that would be!

7. Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump
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The house of Forrest's childhood where even Elvis Presley spent the night in the movie is worth $400,000. Well, we must admit this is really a great offer!

8. Bel Air

Bel Air
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To be the Prince of Bel Air, you would need a fortune. To be precise - $20 million!

9. The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby
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This luxury is, as we can imagine, the most expensive house on the list. The price would be around $100 million!
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