Here's the real location for 9 more TV homes

Here's where your favorite TV characters and families call home.

Images: (clockwise from top left) Buena Vista Television, Sony Pictures Television, CBS Television Distribution, Sony Pictures Television

Some of the most enduring images from our favorite TV shows are the shots of the homes that appear multiple times throughout the program. These images have been used so much during the opening credits and at the start of important scenes, we will always be able to recognize what the homes look like. 

While most TV homes were built on studio back lots, a few of them are hidden in plain sight. Here's where a few are located. Maybe they're in your neighborhood?

1. The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet

The fictitious Nelson family lived on 822 Sycamore Road on The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. The real address for the Nelson family home is 1822 Camino Palmero Drive in Los Angeles, Calif.

Image: ABC

2. The Honeymooners

Ralph and Alice Kramden lived at 328 Chauncey Street in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y. on The Honeymooners. The real location is about eight miles northeast in the Bushwick neighborhood of the same borough. 

Image: Google

3. All in the Family

Archie Bunker lived at 704 Hauser Street in Queens, N.Y., an address that Carol O'Connor made up himself as he drove past Hauser Boulevard near CBS Television City in Los Angeles. O'Connor thought the name sounded like a part of Queens. In reality, the Bunker's house stands at 89-70 Cooper Avenue in the same borough. 

Image: Sony Pictures Television

4. Bewitched

The only way to see the real house on Bewitched in to go to a studio back lot in Burbank, Calif. But you can see the inspiration for the Stephens' home at 267 18th Street in Santa Monica, Calif. The real home is a spitting image of the fictitious one, although it's also a mirror image.

Image: Sony Pictures Television

5. The Golden Girls

The sprawling ranch home that can be seen during the opening shots of The Golden Girls isn't located in Miami, but in Los Angeles. It's located in the western part of the city at 245 N. Saltair Avenue. 

Image: Buena Vista Television

6. Benson

The Governor's mansion where Benson DuBois worked wasn't a real governor's mansion, but rather a mansion in Pasadena, Calif. It's located at 1365 S. Oakland Avenue. 

Image: Sony Pictures Television

7. Dynasty

The Carrington Estate is actually a real-life landmark. The country house, known as Filoli, is on the National Register of Historic Places. It's located at 1145 Arden Road in Pasadena, and is open to the public. 

Image: CBS

8. The Wonder Years

The Arnolds' vintage ranch home really reflected the era in which The Wonder Years took place. The home, located at 516 University Avenue in Burbank, was last sold one year before the show premiered in 1987, meaning its ownder probably didn't know what they were getting themselves into when purchasing the property. 

Image: 20th Television

9. Cannon

Frank Cannon must have been making a lot of money as a private detective to afford these digs. In reality, Cannon would live at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood, Calif., on the in-demand Sunset Boulevard. 

Image: Mike Jiroch

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RobChapman 35 months ago
Filoli is NOT in Pasadena. It's in San Mateo County, 25 miles south of San Francisco.
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