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    I'm Sorry To Expose You, But Here Are 14 TV Houses That Millennials Definitely Grew Up Wishing They Lived In

    What I wouldn't give to live in Monica's apartment or have Hannah Montana's closet...

    1. Monica's Apartment in Friends

    Joey in the kitchen while Monica, Phoebe, and Chandler gather around the couch in the living room
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    Who doesn't want to live in a rent-controlled, two-bedroom apartment in the middle of Manhattan? That's the dream! Plus, Monica did a fantastic job decorating the whole place.

    2. The Halliwell Manor in Charmed

    The sisters are in the sitting room of the Halliwell Manor

    The Halliwell sisters had such a cool house. The old-fashioned Victorian home felt timeless. The stained glass was one of its best features.

    3. SpongeBob's Pineapple in SpongeBob SquarePants

    SpongeBob is standing at the top of a metal slide in a library.

    Okay, SpongeBob's house is not real, but we all wish it was! His decorating isn't the best, but he has his own library with a slide!

    4. The Beach House in Grace and Frankie

    Grace and Frankie hang out on the couch near open doors that lead to the ocean

    Grace and Frankie's house looks kind of shabby on the outside, but it's so bright and airy on the inside. Plus, it has a pool and it sits right on the beach!

    5. Lorelai's House in Gilmore Girls

    Lorelai stands in front of her home while Luke and construction workers work on the house
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    Lorelai and Rory's house looks so homey that we all wish we could have cozy movie nights here.

    6. The Stewart Ranch House in Hannah Montana

    A large room with light carpeting, two chandeliers, a clothing carousel with bright clothes, and a wall of shoes. There are also cream-colored couches and a few blonde wigs.
    Disney Channel

    The Stewart's beach house in the first few seasons was incredible, but the ranch house in the final season is more fit for a pop star. The furniture and decor are so cool and Miley and Lilly's bedroom is every teen girl's dream. But let's be real, the real reason we wanted to live here is because of Hannah Montana's insane closet. It looks like it's bigger than any other room in this huge house.

    7. Blanche's House in The Golden Girls

    A spacious living room with wicker furniture that has pink cushions. Rose is sitting on the couch and Blanche is walking in the background.

    The house seems spacious and has the famous lanai to lounge on, which is nice. Plus, there's a 100 percent chance of finding some cheesecake in the kitchen, which is all I need to hear.

    8. The Banks Mansion in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

    Will is laying on a white couch with colorful pillows. A curved staircase and French doors are in the background.

    The Banks family live in such a gorgeous house that we would all move into in a heartbeat. The interior is very nicely decorated and the iconic exterior also gives off ~White House~ vibes.

    9. Finn and Jake's Treehouse in Adventure Time

    A large cartoon willow tree with windows and doors in the leaves and some bridges connecting the doors.
    Cartoon Network

    Living in a treehouse is every kid's dream. Finn and Jake's treehouse has everything you need to live, including a kitchen and a treasure room.

    10. The Johnson House in Black-ish


    The Johnson family has the best house on TV right now, hands down. All of the furnishings in this large and spacious house are modern and trendy, plus all of the furniture looks super comfy.

    11. Jay and Gloria's House in Modern Family

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    All of the houses in Modern Family are super nice, but Jay and Gloria's house is unique AND has a pool. A lot of "modern" homes seem super dated, but this one is up to date with actual modern trends.

    12. The Tanner House in Full House


    All of the Victorian row houses in San Francisco are stunning, but the Tanner's house is definitely our favorite. Imagine curling up with a book in that cozy alcove or walking down that staircase wearing a poofy dress.

    13. The Sheffield Mansion in The Nanny

    Fran is talking on the phone in an opulent room with a grand piano and vase of flowers in the background.

    If someone asked you to picture a fancy mansion, you would probably picture something very similar to the Sheffield's mansion. We would all love to live a life of such luxury.

    14. The Parker-Nichols House in Drake and Josh

    Josh is laying on the floor near a couch and Drake is jumping down from his platform bed to help him.

    The Parker-Nichols family had a nice home, but the real reason we wanted to live here is because of Drake and Josh's bedroom. We loved the split level layout and Drake's weird platform bed is still super cool to this day.