These Are the TV Homes That Fans Would Like to Live In the Most
Turns out, many Americans would like to step inside their favorite nostalgic television series and live in the famed homes that served as a backdrop throughout all the entertainment and drama. Furniture brand Article and conducted a study with OnePoll, surveying 2,000 U.S. residents to find the most popular TV home.
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Coming out at number one is the iconic Bel-Air mansion featured in the beloved ’90s sitcom, “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”. Over 36% of respondents said that they would love to move into the home with Will Smith’s aunt and uncle given the opportunity. In fact, thanks to Airbnb, superfans were able to make this dream a reality when the Californian mansion was available to rent in 2020.
In second place was the Los Robles Apartment Building which served as the home of Leonard Hofstadter and Sheldon Cooper. The Pasadena apartment was favored by 29% of survey respondents. Taking the bronze medal and following up closely behind with 28% is the ranch-style house from “The Brady Bunch”, which received an HGTV renovation in 2019. Take a look at the dramatic makeover in the below Good Morning America segment.
In fourth place are the “Sex and the City” apartments, with 19% saying that they would like to live in Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Miranda Hobbs, and Charlotte York’s abodes.
19% also said that Monica Gellar and Chandler Bing’s “Friends” apartment is their favorite. Could it be any more purple?
One in three of the survey respondents (32%) said they would book a destination vacation so they could drive past an iconic TV or movie location, while 25% said that their wardrobe is inspired by their favorite TV show/movie characters.
A quarter of respondents said that TV shows like “The Big Bang Theory” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” have the most stylish furniture of any TV show. The most-wanted piece of furniture from a show? The Central Perk couch from “Friends”, which was favored by 35% of participants.
To view the full study, visit Talker News.
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