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11 Cartoon Homes That Made Us Wish We Lived in TV Land

May 23, 2018
Just For Fun

1. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

This Victorian mansion is so colorful and filled with fun and wacky imaginary friends! We looove it. Imagination runs wild through these halls AND there are so many adventures to go on with all the secret passages and trapdoors, all without leaving the home! All the imaginary friends living in the home are bffs that have fun together every day. How sweet is that?!? Can you Airbnb a fictional mansion???

Animated image of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Victorian Mansion homebase

2. The Sewer Lair from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Is this just underground plumbing turned into a living space for humanoid turtles? Yes, yes it is. Did we still dream about eating pizza and playing video games in these sewers as kids? Of course, we did! It may just be some sewers, but that didn’t stop us from wanting to grab a flashlight and crawl into the manhole across the street to see if ninja turtles REALLY lived down there. Anybody else do that? No…? Just us….? Okay...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sewer home entrance

3. The Batcave

I mean… Does this one even need any explanation? If you didn’t dream about fighting crime in dark alleys and returning to your incredibly high-tech secretive superhero lair to think about avenging your parents’ death, did you even have a childhood?

Batman's lair the Bat Cave

4. Planet Express Headquarters from Futurama

The Professor’s antics are what make this building so fun. He has an Angry Dome for being angry in! Weird future rooms, busting through the roof, and who can forget about the crew’s conference table? Anyone up for some time traveling to the year 3000?

Futurama headquarters fire station

5. Sector V Treehouse from Kids Next Door

We’re pretty sure every kid wanted to live in a dope treehouse, especially if it includes a spaceship, a water ship, some rockets, and a bunch of other cool weapons and gadgets. All the members got their own huge rooms where they did whatever they wanted. This treehouse is what kid dreams are made of.

Kids Next Door treehouse

6. Finn and Jake’s Treeport from Adventure Time

Yet another dope treehouse! This one also has a boat on top to use as a watch post, y'know, in case of invasion by monsters or bad guys. Plus, there’s a ton of treasure inside that Finn and Jake collected on their various adventures. Who wouldn’t want to return to THIS home after a long day of fun quests and battles? Airbnb, where you at?

Adventure Time treeport

7. Dexter’s Laboratory

Dexter had an entire laboratory hidden under his house, with the tube entrance to the lab located in his room. First of all, we have a LOT of questions. How did he hide it from his parents? How long did it take him to build it when he seems to be under 10 years old? Second of all, Airbnb, can we please rent out this place? We’d like to conduct some very important research for...REALTOR® science.

Animation of Dee Dee sneaking into Dexter's laboratory

8. All the Houses from Spongebob Squarepants

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? NOT US! We wish it was us, though. In fact, every home in this show is so unique we’d like to live in them ALL. Sandy’s air tank fishbowl home, Squidward’s moai home, Plankton’s giant bucket home... Although, we’ll pass on Patrick’s home. We’re not trying to live under a rock. #StayWoke

Animation of Spongebob's pineapple house party and squidward's stonehenge head home

9. Titans Tower from Teen Titans

Another cool high-tech superhero home we fell in love with. How many rooms does this place even have? Can you imagine how much superhero gear there must be in this building? AND THE VIEW OF THE OCEAN? Excuse us. *Calls Airbnb customer service*

Teen Titans tower

10. The Flintstones’ Home

Yes, this is just a few rocks stacked on top of each other, but isn’t that essentially what all homes are? Plus, that doesn’t matter to a kid. What matters is the fact that this home had animals in place of common home appliances like dishwashers and laundry machines. We want an elephant hose sink!

The Flintstones house

11. The Skypad Apartments from The Jetsons

Yet another home we need to time travel to. With the press of a button, all your chores are done. Doing the dishes? This home’s got a robot for that! Sweeping the floors? ANOTHER ROBOT FOR THAT! Making dinner? ROBOTS. You don’t even have to walk, the chairs will take you everywhere. PLUS A VIEW OF THE SKY??? @Airbnb GIVE. US. TIME. TRAVEL.

Jetsons Sky Pad Apartments

These are just a few of the dreamy cartoon homes we'd LOVE to get our hands on. What are your favorites?

Although Jovio may not be able to help you buy a cartoon home, we can help you buy a REAL home. Check out home listings in your area, and we'll get back to you if Airbnb ever returns our calls.

About the Author
Mojo

Mojo is originally from Argentina, where many of our developers reside, but decided to fly across the globe in search of a real estate career in Texas. He learned about Jovio and decided he wanted to join the team. Once he was hired, he sped up the ranks with his go-getter attitude. Today, he spends his free time eating sunflower seeds and yelling into cups.

Have questions? Get in touch with a Jovio Real Estate Specialist.

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11 Cartoon Homes That Made Us Wish We Lived in TV Land

May 23, 2018
Just For Fun

1. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

This Victorian mansion is so colorful and filled with fun and wacky imaginary friends! We looove it. Imagination runs wild through these halls AND there are so many adventures to go on with all the secret passages and trapdoors, all without leaving the home! All the imaginary friends living in the home are bffs that have fun together every day. How sweet is that?!? Can you Airbnb a fictional mansion???

Animated image of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Victorian Mansion homebase

2. The Sewer Lair from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Is this just underground plumbing turned into a living space for humanoid turtles? Yes, yes it is. Did we still dream about eating pizza and playing video games in these sewers as kids? Of course, we did! It may just be some sewers, but that didn’t stop us from wanting to grab a flashlight and crawl into the manhole across the street to see if ninja turtles REALLY lived down there. Anybody else do that? No…? Just us….? Okay...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sewer home entrance

3. The Batcave

I mean… Does this one even need any explanation? If you didn’t dream about fighting crime in dark alleys and returning to your incredibly high-tech secretive superhero lair to think about avenging your parents’ death, did you even have a childhood?

Batman's lair the Bat Cave

4. Planet Express Headquarters from Futurama

The Professor’s antics are what make this building so fun. He has an Angry Dome for being angry in! Weird future rooms, busting through the roof, and who can forget about the crew’s conference table? Anyone up for some time traveling to the year 3000?

Futurama headquarters fire station

5. Sector V Treehouse from Kids Next Door

We’re pretty sure every kid wanted to live in a dope treehouse, especially if it includes a spaceship, a water ship, some rockets, and a bunch of other cool weapons and gadgets. All the members got their own huge rooms where they did whatever they wanted. This treehouse is what kid dreams are made of.

Kids Next Door treehouse

6. Finn and Jake’s Treeport from Adventure Time

Yet another dope treehouse! This one also has a boat on top to use as a watch post, y'know, in case of invasion by monsters or bad guys. Plus, there’s a ton of treasure inside that Finn and Jake collected on their various adventures. Who wouldn’t want to return to THIS home after a long day of fun quests and battles? Airbnb, where you at?

Adventure Time treeport

7. Dexter’s Laboratory

Dexter had an entire laboratory hidden under his house, with the tube entrance to the lab located in his room. First of all, we have a LOT of questions. How did he hide it from his parents? How long did it take him to build it when he seems to be under 10 years old? Second of all, Airbnb, can we please rent out this place? We’d like to conduct some very important research for...REALTOR® science.

Animation of Dee Dee sneaking into Dexter's laboratory

8. All the Houses from Spongebob Squarepants

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? NOT US! We wish it was us, though. In fact, every home in this show is so unique we’d like to live in them ALL. Sandy’s air tank fishbowl home, Squidward’s moai home, Plankton’s giant bucket home... Although, we’ll pass on Patrick’s home. We’re not trying to live under a rock. #StayWoke

Animation of Spongebob's pineapple house party and squidward's stonehenge head home

9. Titans Tower from Teen Titans

Another cool high-tech superhero home we fell in love with. How many rooms does this place even have? Can you imagine how much superhero gear there must be in this building? AND THE VIEW OF THE OCEAN? Excuse us. *Calls Airbnb customer service*

Teen Titans tower

10. The Flintstones’ Home

Yes, this is just a few rocks stacked on top of each other, but isn’t that essentially what all homes are? Plus, that doesn’t matter to a kid. What matters is the fact that this home had animals in place of common home appliances like dishwashers and laundry machines. We want an elephant hose sink!

The Flintstones house

11. The Skypad Apartments from The Jetsons

Yet another home we need to time travel to. With the press of a button, all your chores are done. Doing the dishes? This home’s got a robot for that! Sweeping the floors? ANOTHER ROBOT FOR THAT! Making dinner? ROBOTS. You don’t even have to walk, the chairs will take you everywhere. PLUS A VIEW OF THE SKY??? @Airbnb GIVE. US. TIME. TRAVEL.

Jetsons Sky Pad Apartments

These are just a few of the dreamy cartoon homes we'd LOVE to get our hands on. What are your favorites?

Although Jovio may not be able to help you buy a cartoon home, we can help you buy a REAL home. Check out home listings in your area, and we'll get back to you if Airbnb ever returns our calls.

About the Author
Mojo

Mojo is originally from Argentina, where many of our developers reside, but decided to fly across the globe in search of a real estate career in Texas. He learned about Jovio and decided he wanted to join the team. Once he was hired, he sped up the ranks with his go-getter attitude. Today, he spends his free time eating sunflower seeds and yelling into cups.