You will be surprised to discover with us that these famous houses we all have seen in the cartoons actually exist in real life, and they are identical to what they look on television.
We all grew up watching cartoon, and we never imagined that in the real world these houses can even possible exist, but they do.
So check them out!
The Simpsons' in real life
This peculiar construction was made based on the design of the American animated comedy and costs approximately 120 thousand dollars. Barbara Howard is one of the million0 fans of The Simpsons and in 1997, impelled by a competition that FOX did, she constructed the house exact replica.
The House in Caricature
After the success of the serie, the Fox Studios decided to build a replica of the house, both externally and internally alike and gave it to a fan. Nowadays the house no longer looks like it did before but it maintains the structure, and located in Nevada, Las Vegas.
Snow White in real life
Karen Morgan was a big fan of the Disney film, so in the 70's her husband built the replica of the cabin, they did it by parts but at the end they were astonished by the resemblance with the original and fictional house.
Snow White in Caricature
Evonne Bess, who bought the house in 2005 decided to add more touches inside to increase the resemblance of the house of the 7 dwarfs. If you want to visit the house is in Olalla, a few minutes away from the city of Seattle.
UP! in real life
Unlike what happens in the Disney movie, the story of the real house that inspired Up does not have a happy ending. Its owner, Edith Macefield , died of pancreatic cancer on June 15, 2008 without being able to see the film based on the heroic struggle to keep his family house.
UP! In caricature
The famous home surrounded by modern buildings in Seattle came to Barry Martin, a foreman who became Macefield's best friend and caretaker in his later years.