This family home in Everett, WA was the fictional home of Laura Palmer in the early-90s “Twin Peaks” television series and movie.
The home has become familiar to the millions of “Modern Family” fans who watched Claire, Phil and their three kids parade through a series of life’s more entertaining scenarios.
We recently caught up with Robert Van Winkle, who explained how his career in home renovation took off.
Much of “Homeland” is filmed in Charlotte, but Mary Ann Taylor was still surprised when her real estate agent called her with the opportunity to use the house for the show.
Turns out the meme is right — Chuck Norris, and his home, can’t be found.
The two television shows vary greatly in their content, but the home’s appearance was kept largely the same. It’s listed for $3.295 million.
While the kitchen is a place to gather in the home, it’s not everyday you invite guests into your master bathroom — especially when a camera is rolling. But Sylvia Roberts did just that.
The familiar bungalow that was part of TV lore recently hit the market for $129,000.
The Minneapolis house is shown in the opening sequence of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”
As fall gets under way and new programs are added to the evening lineup, we’re giving homage to television shows, old and new, with a real estate tour.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNMfVNwdOH0&list=PL5AD6B91A80DBDEF1&index=0&feature=plcp&noredirect=1[/youtube] Undisclosed address, Waxhaw North Carolina For sale: $3.995 million When television or movie producers are shopping for a home […]
Episode two of this season’s “The Bachelor” was filmed at Sonoma County villa.
Reality TV gives America a peek into the homes where these people live or where they stay during the filming of their show