Here’s How Much The Simpsons’ House Really Costs
Fancy a four-bedroom house with pink walls, blue/green carpets and friendly neighbours? The Simpsons’ house has been valued, and it wouldn’t set you back as much as you’d think.
According to a property listing published by Which? Mortgage Advisers, the real-life equivalent would actually knock you back about £150,000 (or $195,000), with you needing just £15,000 or $19,500 for a 10% deposit.
For a detached suburban house, that’s not too bad.
The listing reads:
A two-storey, detached, suburban tract house with an attached garage, basement and loft. Large bay windows feature in spacious sitting and dining rooms, with an ample 4 bedrooms including ensuite to the master. Friendly neighbours.
Friendly neighbours may be a bit of an understatement.
The listing comes as part of Which? Mortage Adviser’s ‘Fictional houses for sale’ infographic, and surprisingly, it’s the cheapest.
Ever dreamed of living in the Dursley’s Private Drive home? Here’s how much it would cost you:
Wanted to live in Walter White’s New Mexico bungalow? That’ll be $200,000 (£155,000):
And unless you happen to be mega rich, we’d probably recommend skipping Monica and Chandler’s apartment:
To check out the full list, click here.
Topics: Film and TV