Who wouldn't want to live in the Stars Hollow of "Gilmore Girls"? Lorelai and Rory Gilmore's fictional Connecticut town is the quintessential New England postcard. But could you afford to live there?

In honor of "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" arriving Friday, November 25 on Netflix, Trulia decided to look at four of the homes from the show to see what they'd cost in today's real estate market. To determine these costs, Trulia looked at the median value of similarly sized homes in Litchfield County, Connecticut.

Here's what they found:THE GILMORE HOME: Trulia estimates that Lorelai and Rory's home -- renovated by Luke -- is worth an estimated $445,000.

LUKE'S APARTMENT: Luke's studio would sell for around $171,000, Trulia decided.

LANE'S PAD: Trulia estimates the 1 bedroom, 1 bath pad would cost around $165,000.SOOKIE'S HOUSE: The priciest home of the lot would be Sookie and Jackson's house, which Trulia set around $685,000 in today's market.

Read Trulia's full post for more little details, and get ready to revisit Stars Hollow when the Netflix series debuts the day after Thanksgiving.

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Gilmore Girls TV Show Poster
Gilmore Girls
TVPGOctober 5, 2000
Based on 28 critics

A woman endeavors to raise a daughter on her own. Read More

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life TV Show Poster
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life
NETFLIXTV14November 25, 2016

Four seasons in the life of Stars Hollow resident Lorelai Gilmore and her daughter, Rory. Read More