Here’s Where ‘Game of Thrones’ Characters Would Live in 2019

updated May 3, 2019
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With the final season of “Game of Thrones” officially underway and fans dying to have all of their burning questions answered (srsly, who will win the Iron Throne?!) we have a few inquiries of our own starting with: what would each GoT character’s modern home be?

We’ve already explored what home means to GoT’s Sansa and Arya in terms of how it’s influenced the characters’ individual personality traits and decisions, plus there’s even a pretty thorough roundup of “Game of Thrones”-inspired home decor so some of this hypothetical design legwork has already been done.

That said, Homes.com has taken it one step further with Game of Homes, a decidedly spot-on list that matches popular modern-day residential types with each character if left Westeros and settled down among us (scary thought!).

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First off, the list envisions fan-favorite Tyrion living in a fortress-like home, equipped with a top-knotch security system and clad in fortified rock. With a blood-thirsty Cersei for a sister, having these design features is a must.

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Speaking of bloodthirsty, where would Cersei and Jaime settle down in today’s world? Game of Homes sees them set up in a luxurious home in the Hamptons where they rub shoulders with other well-to-do families.

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As a savage Winterfell assassin, Arya Stark’s real-world pad would be a neutral-toned tiny home, equipped with plenty of storage compartments to store weapons and a hidden door for the inevitable moments in which she needs to make a quick exit to avoid her enemies.

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Homes.com places Sansa Stark in a posh Chicago brownstone with a park view, a wine cellar, a spacious walk-in closet to accommodate her family-influenced fashions, plus an envy-inducing master suite that would only suit a queen of her royal ilk.

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As a mother of dragons, you’re not only accustomed to heat – you crave it. So, it’s only fitting that Danerys Targaryen ideal home be located in Santa Fe, New Mexico and outfitted with ample fireplaces, vaulted ceilings to make sure her dragon brood are comfortable, wood-fired oven and an outdoor fire pit.

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Based off his name and ability to return from the dead, Game of Homes sees Jon Snow in a cabin in remote Michigan. A detached shed and an open floor plan would allow him to hone his fighting skills, store his weapons and easily spot enemies.

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Who can disagree with an iced-out, all-glass abode on plenty of land for the Night King? Also, a spine-chilling spot near a graveyard is an absolute must for the leader of the Army of the Undead.