The Simpsons' House
This exact replica of The Simpsons' House was made by a fanatic, and it looks exactly like the one in the cartoon inside and out. It is located in Henderson, Nevada.
This stone house looks amazingly similar to The Flintstones'. In spite of its unusual look, given by the huge spherical boulder on the uphill side and scoop-shaped end, it is like most contemporary homes on the inside. It has a front door, some windows, a roof. This house is located in Nas Montanhas de Fafe in Portugal .
This modern house was created by interior decorator Jonathan Adler on the eve of Barbie's 50th birthday. In March 2009, he decked out a real-life 3,500-sq ft pad overlooking the Pacific Ocean to look like the famous doll's outrageous home. The Barbie's Real-Life Malibu Dream House is in Malibu, California.
Minnie Mouse's House
This pink and lavender house not only looks cute on the outside but it is full equipped on the inside. It includes items such as an answering machine (where you can listen to messages from Mickey and Goofy), an oven through which you can watch a cake baking, and a microwave that even pops popcorn! It can be seen at the Mickey's Toontown Fair, in Orlando, Florida and also in Mickey's Toontown in Disneyland Anaheim, California.
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This giant version of Snoopy's house is used as an information kiosk for a baseball field complex, part of the Charles M. Schulz Museum, in Santa Rosa, California.
This amazing Hobbit House was built by Simon Dale, who in spite of not being an architect or even a construction worker, could build this together with his father-in-law and the help of passers-by. It took them just 4 months to have it finished and it cost around 3,000 pounds.
Hello Kitty's House
This cute pink painted house was 100% inspired by the most famous cat in history. The Hello Kitty villa is located in Taipei, Taiwan.
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Not only this lovely house looks just like Heidi's grandfather's but doesn't the landscape look very similar as well?
This mysterious unusual looking house looks like Gotham City's most famous mansion. And that red flash makes me wonder if the Batmobile has just passed by.
Star Wars-inspired House
This original house was first built in 1970 by Claude King and his folks that took inspiration from Neil Armstrong (who had just landed on the moon). The flying saucer shaped white home is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The house looks like it was taken right from a Star Wars movie, however the film was relesead almost 7 years after the house was constructed (thanks to all our readers that are Star Wars fans).