15 Floor Plans of TV Houses

Which famous TV show house would you most like to live in?
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By Neptune's beard! I ran across this post with floor plans of TV houses and I, kid you not, squealed like the TV and architecture nerd that I totally am.

Carrie Bradshaw Apartment Layout

Most of your editors at TodaysMama are complete TV and movie geeks, by the way. Something about seeing these sets turned into actual floor plans and layouts is so cool! I mean, who didn't love Frazier's swank bachelor pad? If you could choose one fictional house to live in, which would it be?

Full post with the other 14 TV floor plans at Buzzfeed.

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