The cost of living at Australia’s most famous TV and movie houses

They are the homes of some of our favorite fictional characters from television and movies.

And now, realestate.com.au has revealed the real cost of living on Australia’s most recognizable properties.

From the Rafter family farmhouse to Karl and Susan’s house, from Neighbors to Mad Max’s beach house, take a look inside these fictional real-life properties and find out how much it costs to rent or buy.

Famous on screen: The cost of living in Australia’s most famous TV and movie theaters, from the Rafters’ $1.5 million three-bedroom cottage (pictured) to Karl and Susan’s house in Neighbors

Packed up to the rafters

The cozy home of one of television’s most beloved families is in Sydney’s inner-west.

This cabin was owned by Packed to the Rafters characters Dave and Julie Rafter and was often featured in the drama series.

Packed to the Rafters, which aired on Seven from 2008 to 2013, is considered one of the most popular local shows in Australia.

Fictional Family – Take a look inside the cozy farmhouse owned by Packed to the Rafters characters Dave and Julie Rafter, who frequently appeared in the drama series.

Fictional Family – Take a look inside the cozy farmhouse owned by Packed to the Rafters characters Dave and Julie Rafter, who frequently appeared in the drama series.

Location: This home to one of television's most beloved families is located in inner-west Sydney.

Location: This home to one of television’s most beloved families is located in inner-west Sydney.

The fictional family’s three-bedroom cabin at 8 Riverview Street in Concord last sold in December 2013 for $1.535 million.

Home prices have risen dramatically since then, with the median price in the area now at $2.342 million.

Packed with the Rafters sequel series, Back to the Rafters premiered in September of last year on Amazon Prime Video.

Price: The fictional family's three-bedroom cabin at 8 Riverview Street in Concord last sold in December 2013 for $1.535 million.

Price: The fictional family’s three-bedroom cabin at 8 Riverview Street in Concord last sold in December 2013 for $1.535 million.

Cost: Home prices have risen dramatically since then, with the median price in the area now at $2.342 million.

Cost: Home prices have risen dramatically since then, with the median price in the area now at $2.342 million.

neighbors

Pin Oak Court in South Vermont in Melbourne is better known to Australians and Brits as Ramsay Street, Erinsborough.

The famous television cul-de-sac has been home to many of the characters from the soap opera Neighbours, and attracts hundreds of tourists, mainly from the UK, each week.

Two of the houses on the street have been sold in recent years.

Recognizable: Pin Oak Court in Vermont South in Melbourne is better known to Australians and Brits as Ramsay Street, Erinsborough.  The famous TV cul-de-sac has been home to many of the characters from the soap opera Neighbours.  Pictured: Pink Oak Court Number 1

Recognizable: Pin Oak Court in Vermont South in Melbourne is better known to Australians and Brits as Ramsay Street, Erinsborough. The famous TV cul-de-sac has been home to many of the characters from the soap opera Neighbours. Pictured: Pink Oak Court Number 1

Number 1, which is home to neighbors fan favorite Jarrod ‘Toadie’ Rebecchi, and before that, Mrs. Mangel, sold for $1.6 million in May of last year.

It has four bedrooms, a large kitchen and two bathrooms.

Number 5, the home of Dr. Karl and Susan Kennedy, was purchased two years ago for $1.405 million.

The median home price in southern Vermont is $1.38 million.

Neighborhood Legend: Number 1, which is the home of Neighborhood fan favorite Jarrod 'Toadie' Rebecchi, played by Ryan Moloney (pictured), sold for $1.6 million in May last year.

Neighborhood Legend: Number 1, which is the home of Neighborhood fan favorite Jarrod ‘Toadie’ Rebecchi, played by Ryan Moloney (pictured), sold for $1.6 million in May last year.

Extras: It has four bedrooms, a large kitchen and two bathrooms.

Extras: It has four bedrooms, a large kitchen and two bathrooms.

Offspring

Located in trendy Fitzroy in Melbourne, this impressive platform was once the home of Australia’s most famous fictional obstetrician, Nina Proudman.

She moved into the property with her partner Patrick, before his death, and the couple’s daughter, Zoe, later.

The house built in the early 20th century is located on Napier Street and fetches $900 a night from renters as a popular Airbnb destination.

The striking design house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The median home price in the area stands at $1.527 million.

Designer Flat – Located in trendy Fitzroy, this stunning flat was the home where Australia's most famous fictional obstetrician, Nina Proudman (played by Asher Keddie), lived with her partner Patrick, before her death, and their daughter, Zoe , later.

Designer Flat – Located in trendy Fitzroy, this stunning flat was the home where Australia’s most famous fictional obstetrician, Nina Proudman (played by Asher Keddie), lived with her partner Patrick, before her death, and their daughter, Zoe , later.

Mad Max

The Mad Max House, home to cop-turned-warrior Max Rockatansky, is located in Fairhaven, Victoria.

The beachside platform was owned and recently sold by Boost Juice founder and reality TV star Janine Allis last November for $10 million.

The stunning Great Ocean Road home was featured in the original 1979 Mad Max movie as Max’s beach house and had attracted a lot of interest from buyers prior to sale.

A piece of movie history: The Mad Max House, home to cop turned warrior Max Rockatansky, is located in Fairhaven, Victoria, on the Great Ocean Road.

A piece of movie history: The Mad Max House, home to cop turned warrior Max Rockatansky, is located in Fairhaven, Victoria, on the Great Ocean Road.

What a deal: The beachside platform was owned and recently sold by Boost Juice founder and reality TV star Janine Allis last November for $10 million.

What a deal: The beachside platform was owned and recently sold by Boost Juice founder and reality TV star Janine Allis last November for $10 million.

Allis had bought the house with his family in 2000 for $1.1 million.

He transformed the old beach shack and part of movie history into a striking and contemporary flat.

The 3,009 square meters feature five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a powder room, balcony, media room, outdoor pool and a private space for four vehicles.

There are also generous open spaces providing clear and expansive views of the beautiful beachside landscape and surrounding landscape.

Reno: Allis had bought the house with his family in 2000 for $1.1 million.  She transformed the former beach shack and part of movie history into an eye-catching, contemporary platform.

Reno: Allis had bought the house with his family in 2000 for $1.1 million. She transformed the former beach shack and part of movie history into an eye-catching, contemporary platform.

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