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Real Life Simpsons House

It was 1997 when the contest sponsored by FOX and Pepsi that involved a real house modeled after the one of The Simpsons took place. Barbara Howard, a 63-year-old retired factory worker from Richmond won the four-bedroom, 2,200-square-foot house in that contest. On pictures you can find how the house looked more than 10 years ago.

 

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3 Comments

  1. jared Says:

    It would be better if there was a fat guy coma’d out on the couch with duff beer cans all around and a dog licking his balls. just saying.

  2. Jonas Butler Says:

    Not 712! 742! Evergreen Terrace!

  3. HmerSimp Says:

    The winner of the house, Barbara Howard, should have NEVER entered in the giveaway because she didn’t take the house. The contest has fine print for people that didn’t want to move to Nevada and instead gave them the choice of $75,000 which after taxes is about 45k. The house itself was worth $120,000 so taking the $45k was not smart.

    Barbara Howard if you didn’t want the home you should not have entered and stopped others from having a chance to win it that actually wanted it. The house was open for a little bit to the public to see but then closed and renovated the interior trashed and turned back into a normal home for sale.

    The once beautiful show-home/museum to ‘The Simpsons’ is now nothing more than a memory. Than you Barbara Howard and other people that enter contests that only ruin it for others.

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