Top 10 homes of your favourite TV series

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Many dreamed of living with the beautiful Foster and Lambert family or becoming a nanny for the Sheffield family. Follow in the footsteps of the homes of your favourite TV heroes.
Reality/Fiction TV series homes

Travel to the homes of your favorite heroes from Bill Cosby’s New York to San Francisco to meet up with the Tanners from Full House to Deerfield to see the Bundys from Married with children is a trip not to be missed.

The Nanny, the most New York of homes

7 East 75th Street - Photo credit: Fantrippers
7 East 75th Street – Photo credit: Fantrippers

Ding Dong. “Mr. Sheffield!”. Take the place of Fran Fine (Fran Drescher) for a few moments and stand in front of this sublime New York mansion supposedly owned by the famous producer Maxwell Sheffield (Charles Shaughnessy). Be careful, however, to respect the privacy of the inhabitants.

Address: 7 East 75th Street, New York, USA

Step by Step

Find the Fosters and the Lamberts, infatuated with cousin Cody (Sasha Mitchell), in the crazy adventures of a blended family with many emblematic characters. However, South Pasadena is a long way from the city of Port Washington, the city that was supposed to be home to the adventures of the in-laws.

Address: 2011 Fletcher Avenue, South Pasadena, California, USA

Who’s the Boss?

Tony Micelli (Tony Danza), former baseball champion, leaves Brooklyn with his daughter Samantha (Alyssa Milano) for Connecticut. In reality, the former sportsman didn’t get very far, since the real house is in Rye, New York.

Address: 13 Onondaga Street, Rye, New York, USA

Cosby Show

8-10 St Lukes Place New York - Photo credit: Fantrippers
8-10 St Lukes Place New York – Photo credit: Fantrippers

New York is back in the spotlight. Don’t look for the Huxtables’ house in Brooklyn, where they’re supposed to live. In reality, the building we see in this series, which won several Emmy Awards and Golden Globes in 1985 and 1986, is located in this beautiful brownstone in the chic neighbourhood of Greenwich Village.

Address: 8-14 St Lukes Place, New York, USA

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, the most luxurious of homes

If the young Will Smith (Will Smith) is in the spotlight in this series, we will particularly remember the famous Carlton Banks (Alfonso Ribeiro) for his unavoidable dance steps. You won’t see much from the outside, but just by standing in front of the gate of this iconic property, your feet won’t be able to control themselves to dance the Carlton way. Mythical.

Address: 251 North Bristol Avenue, Los Angeles, California, USA

7th Heaven

House in 7th Heaven
House in 7th Heaven

Although the pilot uses a house located at 1090 Rubio Street in Altadena, the most filmed home is in Santa Monica, at 527 Alta Avenue. A few meters higher, at 606, is the former residence of the famous actress Courtney Cox, who played Monica Geller in Friends. Double fanspot!

Address: 527 Alta Avenue, Santa Monica, California, USA

Married with children

Taken up by many series, Married with children is a monument of television. Al Bundy (Ed O’Neill), the father, is desperate for his family, all of whom are more insane than each other. Several times threatened with boycott, the series has held out to become cult. Go to Deerfield and follow in the footsteps of your favorite crazy family.

Address: 641 Castlewood Lane, Deerfield, Illinois, USA

Modern Family, three homes for the price of one

Dunphy Family

10336 Dunleer Drive, Los Angeles, California, USA

Pritchett-Tucker Family

2211 Fox Hills Drive, Century City, Los Angeles, California, USA

Delgado-Pritchett Family

121 South Cliffwood Avenue, Brentwood, Los Angeles, California, USA

Three houses for the price of one for this multiple Emmy Award and Golden Globes winning sitcom. However, its paternity would be attributed to the French series Fais pas ci, fais pas ça, whose producers claim to have had the idea long before. Modern Family remains a sitcom as we like them.

Full House

1709 Broderick Street - Flickr photo by beanhead4529
1709 Broderick Street – Flickr photo by beanhead4529

Supposed to be at 1882 Girard Street in San Francisco, you’ll have to travel 11 kilometers further north to find the real home of the Tanners. However, we doubt that the current owners will invite you in their “full house“…

Address: 1709 Broderick Street, San Francisco, California, USA

Party of Five

Scene at home in Party of Five
Scene at home in Party of Five

Much less funny than its predecessors, Party of Five is nevertheless a cult series. The magnificent home brought to the screen is estimated at nearly $9 million. The advantage of being in front of this house is that you only have to walk down the street to be in front of another monument, a cinematic one: the Hillard residence in Mrs Doubtfire. An enchanting moment not to be missed.

Address: 2311 Broadway, San Francisco, California, USA

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By Damien Duarte

Monday, September 2, 2019

Passionné par la culture pop depuis son enfance, ses références vont de Donald Duck à Batman en passant par Marty McFly. Fantripper dans l'âme, voyager sur les traces de Ghostbusters, James Bond ou des héros de romans comme Cotton Malone fait partie d'un séjour idéal et réussi !

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