The Top 20 Homes from Television Shows

2. The Munster Mansion

Who could forget the creepy mansion that was filled with cobwebs and layers of dust from the popular television series? The architectural style of the home is Second Empire Victorian. It was built in 1946 on State 12 of Universal studios property. It was originally used for the 1946 film “So Goes My Love.” It has been used for multiple films and television series, getting a facelift for each. In 1964, Universal studios pumped a cool million into it in preparation for “The Munsters” television series. This included a revamp of the landscape complete with dead trees and a de-beautification of the grounds.


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