How much it would cost to live in the homes from your favorite Netflix shows

Sometimes when I’m watching my favorite shows, I wish that I could jump through the screen and check out the fictional world the characters live in. If you have ever wondered what it would cost to own the homes you see on your favorite Netflix shows, then you’ve come to the right place.

Salman Haqqi, the Senior Personal Finance writer for Money, wrote a fantastic article that breaks down the overall value of well-known fictional homes. You can check out the full article here.

Using Haqqi’s piece, we’ve figured out how much you’d have to spend to live in Sherlock Holmes’ flat, the Murder House, and more.

How much would it cost to live in Netflix show homes?

Without further ado, here’s how much it would cost to live in the homes from some of your favorite Netflix shows.

Sex Education: Otis’ House

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love Otis and Jean Milburn’s house on Sex Education. Not only are Jean’s decorating skills on point, but the location looks so peaceful. The overall value of the Milburn home is a whopping $2,453,315.63.

The monthly mortgage payment, based on a 10% deposit over 25 years, would be $9,791.42.

BoJack Horseman: BoJack’s House

BoJack’s house is probably my favorite abode on this list. Not only does BoJack’s home have floor to ceiling windows that overlook Los Angeles, but it also has a gorgeous deck and a pool with the same view.

The overall value of the Horseman home is $5,995,000.00. The mortgage payment would be $25,586 per month. Property values in California are no joke. If only I had been on a famous television show in the ’90s.

Schitt’s Creek: Rosebud Motel

Ah, the Rosebud Motel. From the moment the Rose family pulled into Schitt’s Creek, the motel has had a special place in my heart. Even though the motel was in rough shape at the beginning, the Rose’s put in a lot of work to make it nicer over the course of the series.

The overall value of the Rosebud Motel is $3,500,000. The mortgage payment would be $14,937 per month. Those numbers are honestly a lot higher than I expected considering how run-down the motel is supposed to be.

The Umbrella Academy: Hargreeves/Umbrella Academy Mansion

The Umbrella Academy mansion is probably the grandest home on this list. It features lots of dark polished wood, floor to ceiling bookshelves, and a giant facility in the basement to house your super children when they get out of hand.

The mansion has an overall value of $21,975,553.12. The mortgage payment would be $71,680 per month. I guess when you’re an otherworldly being like Reginald Hargreeves, money is no object.

American Horror Story: Murder House

I don’t know about you, but the Murder House from the first season of American Horror Story is the last place I would want to live. The only ghost I would want to meet is Vivien Harmon, and I don’t even know if it’s worth it considering who else I might run into.

The overall value of the Murder House is $633,336.00, making it the least expensive property on this list. The monthly mortgage payment, based on a 10% deposit over 25 years, would be $2,703.01. Compared to the other houses listed, the Murder House seems downright affordable.

Sherlock Holmes: 221b Baker Street

The flat at 221b Baker Street is a lovely little hideaway, but I don’t know if I could live there considering how often bombs go off, assassins show up, and murderers drop in without notice. Plus, we all know that Sherlock keeps some bizarre stuff in his refrigerator.

The overall value of Sherlock and John’s flat is $3,428,195.22. That’s almost a million dollars more than the Milburn house! The monthly mortgage payment, based on a 10% deposit over 25 years, would be $14,377.87. Freelance crime-solving must pay a lot!

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