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 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
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
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
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