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Megan Stein
November 25, 2016 11:03 AM

Gilmore Girls fans know every quirk and coffee shop that makes the fictional town of Stars Hollow so charming, but could they actually afford to live there?

To celebrate the much-anticipated revival, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, available November 25 on Netflix, real estate site Trulia put together an extensive appraisal for the quaint village, including the homes of its most notable residents.

Lorelei and Rory’s eclectic abode is easily the most sought after property. Although the appliances in their kitchen aren’t necessarily high-end — the oven can barely stay warm enough to toast a pair of socks — Luke’s renovations combined with the ideal location near the center of town brings the cozy home to $450,000.

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Patrick Ecclesine/Warner Bros./Getty

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Luke’s apartment, which once served as his father’s office, comes in at a much lower price of $171,000. While proximity to the diner might make this seem like a steal, the unexpected late-night drop-ins from Luke’s bad-boy nephew could knock down the value a bit (or make you want to offer more, if you’re #TeamJess).


If you want to rock like Hep Alien, scoop up Lane, Zack and Brian’s old place for a cool $165,000. But a home for a growing family, like Sookie and Jackson’s charming digs, will set you back a bit more. Trulia predicts the larger square footage in the center of town will cost you $685,000.

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Whether you’re ready to settle down or simply looking for a place to crash for the weekend (a room at Kirk’s mom’s place might be available), a stay in Stars Hollow comes at a pretty reasonable price. Plus, a coffee at Luke’s during your visit? Priceless.

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