These seven homes for sale in San Antonio look like sets for TV sitcoms 

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An oft-ignored but extremely important part of every TV show is its filming location. It's arguable that Central Perk and Monica's apartment are just as iconic as Rachel's haircut in Friends.

Right now, several houses on the market in San Antonio look like perfect dwellings for sitcom characters, whether it's a bustling family like Full House's Tanners or a cute and quirky TV protagonist like New Girl's Jess Day.

As you flip through the photos, you'll notice that multiple sitcom decades are represented.

All photos from Realtor.com. 
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5846 Royal Hvn
$192,500
No, you haven't tuned into the latest episode of WandaVision — this red-accented retro house does looks like it'd be suited to a sitcom with a sci fi angle, though.
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519 N Monumental
$425,000
With a cute little balcony that would make for some adorable exterior scenes and a view of the downtown skyline, this little house would make for a great setting for an SA-centric sitcom.
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2315 Shady Crest Cir
$305,000
This cozy-cute dwelling is spacious enough for a Full House-sided family.
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604 W Lullwood Ave
$329,000
This little blue house with a yellow door would be a great dwelling for a cute single in a comedy a la New Girl.
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111 E Fest St
$387,500
Believe it or not, this quirky-cool house was built in 1885. Unique and historic? A TV location scout's dream!
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11609 N Weidner Rd
$198,000
Get you a house that can do both. This homey dwelling would work for both a throwback series like That '70s Show or something set in the modern day.
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311 Argo Ave
$775,000
This spacious mustard yellow dwelling has an open living and dining area perfect for all those scenes where the gang just hangs out.
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5846 Royal Hvn
$192,500
No, you haven't tuned into the latest episode of WandaVision — this red-accented retro house does looks like it'd be suited to a sitcom with a sci fi angle, though.

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