Houses and apartments featured in movies and television shows can sometimes become a tourist attraction. Fans love to see where their favorite celebrities filmed those iconic, binge-worthy moments—but imagine taking it a step further and actually living in the famous house?
Okay, maybe that's still a tall order, but listings database Zumper did a lot of heavy searching to find eight available homes that very-closely resemble those featured in the Emmy-nominated programs we couldn't get enough of this year. From Chandler and Monica's Friends: The Reunion apartment to Benny's house where he received news of Beth's chess victory in The Queen's Gambit, these floorplans and general decor styles are splitting images of the familiar sets.
Hudson Street, Manhattan / Listing
The Queen’s Gambit is about a girl who learns to play chess at an orphanage and soon becomes a star through victories at several competitions all over the world. During the process, she finds herself addicted to drugs, and this plays a role in her career. The listed NYC apartment mirrors that where Benny lived, the star character's mentor and friend. This true-life apartment boasts three bedrooms and a bathroom with a classic, brick wall interior.
235 W 122nd St., Central Harlem / Listing
Titular character Sylvie meets a saxophone player while working for her father at his record store located in Harlemn. The romance is a summer fling and ends when the time comes, but they reunite after several years and the love is rekindled. The show takes place in Harlem in the 1950s and '60s. The listed apartment, with its wooden interior and brick wall design, fits perfectly with the antique vibes of the show's set.
353 Avenue Of The Americas #3, Manhattan / Listing
The Flight Attendant is a show about Cassie Bowden, a flight attendant who drinks on duty and hangs out with passengers she meets on the flight. The conflict begins when hungover Cassie wakes up in Bangkok next to a murder scene. Instead of reporting it to the police, she decides to pretend nothing happened and fly back to NYC. This spacious four-bed, three-bathroom apartment is extremely large and warm-toned with wooden floors and ceilings. The glass shower is extremely unique, located in the middle of the house.
128 E 74th St., Manhattan / Listing
The Undoing features Nicole Kidman as Grace Fraser, a therapist who lives with her husband Jonathan, played by Hugh Grant. With their child enrolled in a private school in New York City, the family seems perfect from the outside, but Grace's life goes downhill when issues arise, and her husband is at the center of the problems. Grace and her husband live in an expensive neighborhood, and this listing is extravagant with embossed walls and a chandelier. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom apartment is spacious enough to fit a piano and is designed with crown molding.
Halston is a show about fashion designer Halston, played by Ewan McGregor, and the events that circle around his fame and following. The show takes place in NYC from the 1980s to the 1990s. The first apartment is a studio where Halsten started as a designer. The second apartment open for listing resembles that where Halston opened an atelier. This location has phenomenal views and a very classic New York City interior. The final apartment listed is a four-bedroom, five-bathroom townhouse with an entirely white wall and floor interior design and full window.
50 E 72nd St., Manhattan / Listing
641 5th Ave., Midtown East / Listing
146 W 57th St. #PH77A, Manhattan / Listing
143 Prince St., Manhattan / Listing
Our favorite, iconic television show returned on HBO Max with the title "The One Where They Get Back Together." This talk show-style reunion features the original actors and host James Corden. The reunion takes a brand new format where the five original cast members take a trip down memory lane through visits to sets and interviews with guests stars from the show. Although the reunion itself wasn’t filmed in the listed apartment, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is extremely spacious and modern. Despite being located in the heart of Soho on Prince Street, the open space doesn’t feel like just any NYC apartment. In fact, it feels pretty close to the original Friends set!
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