Brady Bunch House

San Fernando Valley

Perhaps the world's most famous TV house sits on a surprisingly ordinary suburban block in NoHo and looks rather small compared to what you might remember from when Mike, Carol and Marcia Marcia Marcia 'lived' here. It's also fenced off – the owners understandably don't want to be bothered, so be respectful and keep it to a quick drive-by.

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