I love my Netflix as much as anyone else, but sometimes I find myself wondering what’s it like to live like some of my favorite characters. Like how much would their rent really cost if they were renting in today’s market?
The rentals of our favorite TV shows may either fill us with envy for the designer style or make us glad for our cozy rental. We’ll look into how much TV characters might be paying to rent their homes to see if we could afford some of those sweet pads.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Her rental is a garden-level place in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood. It’s a 2-bedroom 1-bath apartment where the shower is in the kitchen and the floors are painted dirt
The spooky 3-bedroom, 1-bath home is located in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana. The single story home is located in a wooded area on the outskirts of town. Amenities include a storage shed, a large dog house, and the place is supernaturally charged.
His 1-bedroom Harlem apartment is located above Genghis Connie’s Chinese restaurant. It’s really located at 171st Street and Broadway if you ever wanted to catch Marvel filming the series.
The home is a 3,000-square-foot model home in the fictional Sudden Valley subdivision. The actual location is in Rancho Santa Margarita, Orange County, California. The 3×3 come with 1 hidden room to store the family secrets, plus a large attic for hiding parental fugitives.
House of Cards
The fictional address for the brownstone townhouse is located at 1609 Fat St. NW, Washington, D.C. The actual exterior was filmed at 1609 Park Ave. in Baltimore Maryland. the 3×2.5 comes with a full-sized basement with exposed brick to set up your rowing machine.
BoJack’s place overlooks the iconic Hollywood sign. Built on the side of a mountain, it includes a wraparound deck and an inground pool. The Hollywood Hills neighborhood, where many celebrities live, is part of the Santa Monica Mountains and is within Los Angeles city limits.
In 1979, drug lord Pablo Escobar spent $63 million for 7.7 square miles of land (approximately 5,000 acres) and built his retreat. Years after his death, the property was ceded to the Columbian government and valued at $2.23 million USD. The name of the estate is Hacienda Napoles. Presently, the area is home to a growing population of African hippos.