05/11/2015 03:58 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Here's What Happened To Every House From 'The Real World'

You can go house-hunting the usual way ... or you can creep on the "Real World" houses.

Turns out you can find information on every "Real World" house from the MTV reality show on realworldhouses.com. The site provides impeccable details on the properties used in all 30 seasons of the show, including addresses, building histories, information about how producers altered the interiors for contestants and dirt on what's happening in each space now.

While some houses remain private residences, others have served as gyms, restaurants, martini bars and museums -- and realworldhouses.com knows it all. It's pretty much all you need for a self-guided "Real World" national tour.

The four-story brownstone from "Real World: D.C.," for example, is now leased by a museum and health center, according to the site.


The "Real World: D.C." house at 2000 S. Street NW

The historic firehouse from "Real World: Boston" had a "Control Room" for producers in the basement and was reportedly sold to a non-profit for one dollar.


The "Real World: Boston" house at 127 Mt. Vernon Street

The source lists the "Real World: San Diego" house as available for rent.


The "Real World: San Diego" house at 5212 Chelsea Street in La Jolla, California

...and reportedly Janis Joplin, The Grateful Dead and The Doors used to perform in the "Real World: San Francisco" loft when it was a music venue.


The "Real World: San Francisco" house at 1244-1268 Sutter Street

And now the "Real World: Denver" house belongs to a bar and grill, a wine shop and an interior design firm, according to the site.


The "Real World: Denver" house at 1920 Market Street



Abandoned, Untouched Homes