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Simpson House - Homer Jay Simpson & his wife, Marge live at 742 Evergreen Terrace in the fictional town of Springfield, USA on the animated comedy THE SIMPSONS/FOX/1989+.

The Simpsons' Cartoon Home in Springfield
The Simpson Home in Springfield

Homer [SS# 568-47-0008] is a nuclear power plant safety inspector in Sector 7-G. Born in North Carolina on May 10, 1955, he loves donuts, beer and his blue-haired wife Marge, a devoted homemaker. They met in 1974 and have three children: Bartholomew J. "Bart," Lisa, and baby Maggie, as well as a dog (Santa's Little Helper) and a cat [Snowball].

Homer’s father [who gave Homer the money for his house with the stipulation he wouldn’t be put in a retirement home] lives in the Springfield Retirement Home. Homer’s mother is a hippy on the run from the FBI for her activities in the 1960s.

If you want to contact the Simpson's by phone, you can use any of the following phone numbers: Klondike 5-6754 or 555-6528; 555-6832; 555-8707; 555-3223; 555-3126.(Home phone) and 555-3226; 555-7334; 555-6754 (Work Phone).

TRIVIA NOTE: In 1997, the Simpson's cartoon home became the focus of a real home giveaway contest. Decorated by Hollywood set designer Rick Floyd, the $100,000 recreation of Homer Simpson's Springfield, USA 2,200-square-foot cartoon castle (actually located on a quiet street in Henderson, Nevada) sported an iridescent yellow exterior and an interior kitchen decor of 26 brilliant colors.

The 12-room home (to be repainted after the giveaway) was raffled off at the end of the September 21st, 1997 premiere episode (minus the 2000 Simpson knick-knacks inside the home). The winner was Barbara Howard, a 63-year-old Kentucky great-grandmother.

The house's was built by Kaufman and Broad Home Corporation who sponsored the contest along with Fox network and Pepsi. The house's chief architect was Manny Gonzalez.

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