TV Sets: Fantasy Blueprints of Classic TV Homes is a collection of original blueprints of fictional homes from our favorite programs of the '50s, ... Show synopsis TV Sets: Fantasy Blueprints of Classic TV Homes is a collection of original blueprints of fictional homes from our favorite programs of the '50s, '60s and '70s. These dwellings have been meticulously created from the imagination of a bona fide television addict, artist Mark Bennett. As a child growing up in Tennessee, 40-year-old Mark Bennett was less concerned about the "real world" than with the lives of our beloved television families who brightened his world every day: the Bradys, the Cunninghams, the Cleavers - even those creepy Munsters. Herein are fascinating and obscure details which are the result of 25 years - and thousands of hours - of television viewing. How many rooms were there in the Clampett mansion in "The Beverly Hillbillies", and where was Granny's moonshine still, in relation to the cement pond? Even if you've never asked yourself these questions, after one glance at TV Sets, you will. This book is a fun romp through the icons of American pop culture: from Darrin and Samantha Stephen's Dutch Colonial to Victoria Barkley's ranch, from Felix and Oscar's pre-war apartment to the Jetsons' space unit.