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The Brady House (The Brady Bunch)
Producers chose the split-level home at 11222 Dilling Street in North Hollywood for Mike Brady and his family because it looked like the sort of place an architect and family man would call home. The house’s longtime owner (who moved in while The Brady Bunch was on the air in the early 70s) built an iron fence around her lot to prevent fans from crowding in to peep through her windows for a look at the Bradys’ home — which would be tough to do under any circumstances, since the interiors were shot in a studio. The home in that famous exterior scene is a split-level building, not a two-story one, and the window on the left side of its face was a fake. If the now-elderly owner does decide to move, she stands to make quite a profit on her $61,000 purchase: 11222 Dilling Street is now valued at around $1.7 million.