Dr. Seuss, who would have celebrated his 108th birthday on Friday, is still a household name across the U.S. and perhaps is even an inspiration to home decoration.
Zillow compiled a list of homes for sale or rent that bring to mind the colorful shades and shapes in his children’s books. The homes range from $139,000 to $22.5 million with locations from Colorado to Florida. Zillow also included in the list a colorful, oddly shaped rental property in Long Island, N.Y., for $16,000 a month.
Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904. He passed away on Sept. 24, 1991, at age 87 but his estate continues to earn millions in royalties from his books and films. The latest film based on his children’s book, “The Lorax,” will be released on Friday from Universal Pictures.
Forbes listed Geisel as one of the top 10 earning dead celebrities last year, earning $9 million.