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NEW YORK (PIX11) -- "I wanted to find out what people were looking for in a living space, what their ideal situation was," said David Guzman. Guzman is a Real Estate Agent with Douglas Elliman. He conducted a survey about TV homes. He said 1,000 Americans were sampled.
"The 'Seinfeld' apartment also was highly ranked, there's a lot of association with appeal to the show," said Guzman. According to the survey, 8.8 percent of the 1,000 people surveyed said the "Seinfeld" apartment was their ideal.
As for the "Sex and the City" apartment, according to the survey, 5.4 percent said this was their ideal. The home that took the number one spot, he said, was the apartment in "The Big Bang Theory." 16.5 percent of respondents said "The Big Bang Theory" was their ideal apartment.
"The fact that it had that open layout, the high ceilings, those were the things that really stood out," said Guzman.
Also on the list, "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air". 6.3 percent of respondents said this was their ideal home. "Again, it's an open layout, its more of a West Coast type of layout," said Guzman.
Guzman says it's not just about the homes and what they look like. "They definitely identify with the characters in the show and they see themselves feeling that experience also in the places that they live," said Guzman.
"Modern Family" got 10.9 percent, according to the survey.