A number of people have made their childhood dreams come true by actually creating real life homes out of their favorite cartoon character abodes. Here, we’ll take a look at 10 real houses inspired by cartoons.
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Featuring... Simpsons house - The home of Marge, Lisa, Homer, Bart and Maggie at 742 evergreen terrace is Iconic. Back in 1997 the house was created for real by Fox, Pepsi-Cola and Kaufman as a giveaway prize costing nearly $120,000. Barbie house - Many little girls dream of living out their girlish fantasies in a vivid pink beach house much like Barbies Malibu residence. Well, now they can, at least for a day or so on their birthday, due to the so-called ‘Barbie TheDreamhouse Experience’ which is a 10,000 square foot pink plastic paradise in Sunrise Florida. Minnie mouse house - The long-time girlfriend of Mickey Mouse is quite the home-maker. This adorable Minnie Mouse house can be found in two locations, at Mickey’s Toontown in Disneyland Florida, or at Michey’s toon town in California. UP house - The UP! House is the cute little colourful house that Carl and Ellie spent their lives living in together. While the movie was a hit, so was the house, as it was eventually built in 2011 as part of a little girl’s Make-A-Wish foundation wish. The Hobbit House - Homes are becoming extremely pricey these days so one man who was fed up with the high prices in the countryside decided to build his owneco-friendly hobbit house. Hello Kitty house the - This cute pink painted house was 100% inspired by the most famous cat in history… alright, the second most famous cat. SpongeBob Square Pants house - True, it’s neither an actual pineapple nor on the ocean’s floor (mostly because that would drown the homeowner), but this giant structure in Australia is just one of many famous “big things” that seem to cover the country of Australia like so many discarded Vegemite jars. The Jetsons Apartment - This one is particularly intriguing, because in an odd twist of time, the Jetsons' futuristic apartment was actually inspired by architecture of the early '60s. Snow White Cottage - Just outside Seattle resides a stunning snow white-themed cottage. Apparently, the first part of this house was built in the early 1970s and the owners continued working on it because they were prompted to construct a home "more in tune with the natural world" as opposed to a common style of home. Flintstones house - In 1976 architect William Nicholson designed this series of reddish bubbles in Hillsborough, California, as a sort of experiment of new building materials. The dome-shaped house, named after the famous cartoon because it resembles the 'Stone Age' home Fred and Wilma lived in, is made of Wire Mesh that was inflated by balloons and shot with shotcrete.