Despite his good intentions to overcome his childhood insecurities, Charlie Brown held himself back and now lives in a modest two-bedroom apartment (one bedroom for him, and the other for his baby sister whenever she comes over to visit). Framed on the wall are the remnants of the kites he used to fly before he got tired of the Kite-Eating Tree destroying his valiant efforts, and he still has his bare childhood Christmas tree sitting in a lonely corner.
The townhouse Lucy Van Pelt lives in also acts as her private psychiatry practice. When she’s not busy bossing around her maids and butlers, Ms. Van Pelt can be heard calling Schroeder on the daily to come over and play the baby grand piano she bought him as a surprise. Fun fact: the centerpiece of her sprawling entranceway is the football she used to trick Charlie Brown over and over again in her youth.
Living in a high-rise overlooking the town’s pumpkin patch, Linus Van Pelt usually comes home and sprawls out on his hammock he sewed out of his beloved childhood blanket in his philosophy-stocked study.
The baby sister of Charlie Brown has a very laissez-faire approach to life—and that reflects in her home. Every room of her pink-and-polka-dotted house has a beanbag ready for her to plop into, along with a flat-screen television and overflowing snack bowls aplenty.
The star athlete likes to consider her abode the “wo-man cave”—every inch of her home, floor to ceiling, is covered with sports memorabilia. One room is dedicated to the innumerable trophies and medals she received for her world-class achievements in football, hockey, and baseball.
This former litterbug cleaned up his act and is now an owner of a pristine condominium with ivory furnishings and snow white floor-to-wall carpeting.
You can never tell from the outside, but the beloved beagle has pimped out his iconic red doghouse over the years. Inside the arched open doorway is a five-story mansion with a dog-shaped indoor pool, a World War I-inspired flight simulator, an ice skating rink to practice his hockey skills, and an anti-gravity room to prep him to be the first beagle on the moon.