I’m loving these extreme makeovers of the Simpsons house

I'm loving these extreme makeovers of the Simpsons house


The Simpsons’ house may be one of the most recognisable homes on TV. The famous animated family that never gets any older has been living in Springfield for an incredible three decades. Perhaps most incredibly, despite changing the house’s colour very slightly, the family doesn’t seem to have made any major structural modifications in that time.

But how might 742 Evergreen Terrace look in a different style? Well someone’s tested that out, presenting the Simpsons family home in various styles of British homes, from a Tudor mansion to a 1990s new build. Suffice it to say, these are some extreme makeovers (if you’re looking to draw up plans for your own house, see our pick of the best laptops for architects).

The Simpsons house

The Simpsons’ house as it appears in the series (Image credit: Fox)

The Simpsons were designed to be a typical American family with a typical American house. How accurate the portrayal is can be debated, but their Springfield home has become iconic, and it’s recognised all over the world.