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Famous Homes in TV, Movies, and Pop Culture

Fri, Dec 06, 2019 at 12:32PM

Famous Homes in TV, Movies, and Pop Culture

For many of us, pop culture is tied to some of our most cherished memories. You might even recall seeing certain movies, and what you were doing and who you were with as you gathered for favorite television programs.

In “real life,” homes are just as important and central to happiness and contentment. In fact, psychologists say having a safe and comfortable place in which to relax and unwind is essential to mental, emotional, and even physical health.

Achieving that goal can be difficult, however, if you don’t like where you live. Thankfully, there are ways you can get everything you’ve always dreamed of in a residence, without having to put up with features that don’t match your lifestyle or preferences. Read on to discover some of the most famous homes, and how you can finally realize your goal of custom home ownership this year.

Homes from Movies

When Steel Magnolias was released in 1989, it drew near instant success. Today, the home featured in the film is a bed and breakfast. Similarly, the residence used for exterior shots in the Home Alone franchise is a private home near Chicago.

One of the best ways to get a house that will become ‘famous’ to you and your loved ones is to partner with a dynamic home builder. This professional will answer all your questions, and also provide valuable insight and information that you might not have previously considered.

Homes from Television

A long-running and popular TV show during the 1990s, Full House has recently gained new popularity due to a remake with some of the original cast members. The home is now a private residence, but tourists and show enthusiasts often stop by to take photos.

Another show that was re-imagined not long ago is Boy Meets World. The home sold in 2016 and remains a private household. Though not a current residence, the castle used as the primary backdrop in the wildly-popular PBS series Downton Abbey is available for daily tours.

Even though the interior of these scenes are primarily set design, it’s possible to get a stand-out residence of your own that features all your favorite décor elements. The first step is to team with custom home builders with a proven track record of success.

Other Homes

Recently, nostalgia has driven some fans and enthusiast organizations to purchase homes featured in television and movies. One of the most talked about transactions is that of the old Brady Bunch home in California. Other notable sales include the house where Golden Girls was filmed, the Happy Days home, and the Arnold’s residence from The Wonder Years.

Today, you can re-create your ideal elements from films and programs in some of the most outstanding neighborhoods in Central Florida. When you work with trusted and reputable general contractors in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, you’ll end up with a custom home that perfectly matches your unique desires and requirements.

How to Get Your Ideal Home

In fact, more people are embracing the freedom and flexibility that goes along with custom homeownership. Now, you can join their ranks and finally get the home of which you’ve always dreamed.

For more than 25 years, we’ve created stand-out houses in New Smyrna Beach and now Ormond Beach. Our commitment to exceptional customer service and intrepid design has earned us a solid reputation as the premier custom home builder in the area. Browse our website to view recent projects. Then, contact us today to get started on a high-quality custom home of your own.


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