Not That You Can Afford It, But The ‘Boy Meets World’ House Just Hit The Market

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When you’re wandering down this road that we call “life,” wondering what you’re doin’, buying a house is probably nowhere in the realm of possibility. Even Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence had to live in rented housing after they got married, and none of us are averse to realizing that we’re probably going to have to rent for the rest of our lives. Or at least until there’s some turn in the economy where you’re actually able to save a buck rather than live paycheck to paycheck.

But if you are in the market for a house, you’d have to be an absolute dumbass not to at least talk to your bank about getting a loan to buy the house of our childhood dreams – the Boy Meets World house.

It just hit the market for a cool $1,595,000, and while it’s not in Philadelphia like we always thought, it’s actually situated in Studio City in Los Angeles County. And honestly, that’s an upgrade from Philadelphia. I heard John Adams High and the rest of the school district went downhill after Feeny left anyway.

The house? Outside of the front, it’s not really how you remembered it. Probably because it was taped on a studio set in front of an audience and not in an actual house. But here are some photos for you anyway.

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Yeah, a little different than the house you remember that had Cory ripping down the stairs to hop in the convertible, or the treehouse out back, or the window that Shawn used to sneak through after he blew that mailbox up. And honestly, if Mr. Feeny isn’t nextdoor, I don’t want to live there.

[via Elite Daily]

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