What Would The Simpsons House Look Like if it Were Real? Find Out Here

They’ve been one of our favorite television families for over two decades now. What started as an animated short on the Tracy Ullman show has become one of television’s all-time classics. It has weathered multiple wars, Presidents and everything Bart and Homer could conjure up.

The house we all know and love

The house we all know and love

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But what would it be like to really live in the Simpsons house? One lucky contest winner was given the chance to find out – if they so chose. A real-life replica of 742 Evergreen Terrace was built at 712 Red Bark Lane in Henderson, Nevada. The winning family was given the choice of $75,000 or the house, provided they repaint to comply with local home owners’ association ordinances.

In the following photos, you’ll see the real-life recreation of the rooms where Bart, Lisa, Homer, Marge and Maggie have given you so much entertainment over the years. Finally, you’ll see what the house looks like today.

742 Evergreen Terrace / 712

712 Red Bark Lane / 742 Evergreen Terrace

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Simpsons creator Matt Groening heads up the stairs

Simpsons creator Matt Groening heads up the stairs

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The couch even looks like it's been worn in by Homer

The couch even looks like it’s been worn in by Homer

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Margaret, or "Maggie's" high chair

Margaret, or “Maggie’s” high chair

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Where 3.2 children were made

Where 3.2 children were made

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The dining room, where Homer embarrasses Marge in front of dinner guests

The Simpson family dining room

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…and finally, the house as it looks today. It was fun while it lasted.

Some people are just no fun

Some people are just no fun

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