Here's How Much It Would Cost to Rent 11 of Your Favorite TV Homes For the Night
If you're anything like me, chances are you've spent a great deal of time wondering just how it is that your favorite TV characters can afford to live in the (often lavish) homes they inhabit. And more importantly, whether or not you'd be able to afford to live there, too — if only for a few days of the year. The good news? Now, thanks to home improvement company Empire Today, we've finally been given some insight into just what it'd cost to stay in the homes of your favorite small-screen stars — and they've even gone so far as to create fictional listings for these residences, after calculating the exact parameters, details, and quirks of some of the most legendary abodes that we all know and love.
From the megabargain of $122 a night for Charlie and Frank's hovel in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia to the slightly less budget-friendly $1,349 a night you'd pay to rent the Tanner residence in Full House, read on to check out all 11 hilarious, intricate listings in full.