We’ve all sat back and fantasized about living in our favorite TV show. And sure, while being on the Flintstones would have been awesome, and sharing that oversized Manhattan apartment with the Friends crew might've scored you a date with Jennifer Aniston, the fact remains: those places, like the shows they were on, were completely fake!
But that's not always the case. Some TV houses are actual homes on public streets that you can walk by, gawk at, Instagram, and stand in front of while dreaming about what it’d be like to live with Tony Danza -- or buy, if you’ve got some extra scratch lying around. Which is why we consulted Zillow.com and Realtor.com to see how much you'd likely have to pay for each of your favorite TV homes.