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THE REAL PRICE OF A FICTIONAL HOME FEATURED ON BRITISH TV

Eastenders Wanted PosterDid you know that hardly anyone in the UK owned their own property during the latter half of the 19th century? In fact, you had a better chance of being killed on the streets of East London, than to actually have a stable home you could live in nearby! Now though, well, nowadays owning a house, a flat, or a bungalow, has become more common among the general public. So much so, that roughly 67% of the population has some sort of stake in where they physically live. Which, funnily enough, brings me quite nicely onto a brand new interactive infographic created by the property expert, Good Move.





Well, they’ve recently been able to compile a list of fictional homes and figure out how much they cost in the real world. Now some of the properties they’ve been able to decipher, include…
  • Ken Barlow’s three-bedroom terraced house in Manchester (Coronation Street), that costs £187,000.
  • Phil Mitchell’s gaff in Albert Square (Eastenders), which will set you back by £450,000.
  • Tony Hutchinson’s three-bedroom apartment in Chester (Hollyoaks), that currently costs £248,292.
  • Sherlock Holmes’s Baker Street flat in London (Sherlock), which is valued at £1.25 million.
  • The Shelby Parlour located in Birmingham (Peaky Blinders), that’s loosely estimated at £102,000.
  • And last, but not least, Amy Pond’s four-bedroom detached house in Leadworth (Doctor Who), which presently stands at £294,670.
Coronation Street Cartoon
Now some of the other properties featured on this list include those seen in Harry Potter, Only Fools and Horses, Downton Abbey, Midsomer Murders, Poldark, Broadchurch, The Inbetweeners, Absolutely Fabulous, Shaun of the Dead, and Gavin and Stacey. To find out more, please feel free to navigate through the interactive infographic embedded below so you can see how much these famous properties are actually worth. You got that? Good. Please enjoy.




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THE REAL PRICE OF A FICTIONAL HOME FEATURED ON BRITISH TV THE REAL PRICE OF A FICTIONAL HOME FEATURED ON BRITISH TV Reviewed by David Lee Andrews on October 24, 2018 Rating: 5

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