Here's how much it'll cost you to buy your favourite TV character's house

Ever wondered what it would be like to live in your favourite fictional character's house?

UK consumer group Which? have thoroughly researched and put together advertisements and price guides for the most iconic and memorable houses in TV and film. I know which one I want...

4 Privet Drive (Harry Potter)

Little Whinging, Surrey, UK

Four-bed semi detached family home located in a vibrant area with excellent schools. A real character house with a rich history, the sellers have owned the house since 1977.

Price: £475,000

Flat 5, Apollo House (Peep Show)

Flat 5, Apollo House, Croydon, South London, UK

Take a "peep" at this "showy" 2-bedroom flat with balcony, just 5 minutes from Croydon railway station. Warning: may find Crunchy Nut Cornflakes under floor boards. Oh, and the bathroom door needs replacing.

(YES, this flat actually exists!)

Price: £220,000

Hobbit-Hole (The Hobbit)

Bag End, Hobbiton, The Shire, Middle Earth

Cosy hobbit burrow in an excellent location. Built circa t.a. 2885, this family home has been meticulously maintained with high-quality fixtures, fittings and furniture (all included in sale).

Price: Offers in gold coins considered.

Sherlock Holmes

221b Baker Street, London, UK

A beautiful two-bedroom Georgian flat in the centre of London with large, airy sitting room lit by broad windows. A sought-after property formerly the home of detective extraordinaire, Sherlock Holmes. One wall partly indented with bullet holes.

Price: £1.7million

Bel-Air Mansion (Fresh Prince of Bel Air)

Bel Air, Los Angeles, California, USA

Situated int he heart of Bel Air, this five bed, five bath, 6,400 sq ft home is part of a near one- acre estate with a pool, garage and 17 rooms in total, featuring unique and clean Green Revival architectural lines.

Price: £15.5million

Gavin and Stacey

47 Trinity Street, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, UK

Cosy terraced house located on a friendly street in a quaint seaside town. South-facing courtyard garden perfect for summer barbecues and renditions of The Smiths.

Price: £130,000

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