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4356 Wisteria Lane, is an address of Wisteria Lane.

The house is an alpine-cottage style building with a brown/grey weatherboard exterior. It features a craftsman interior with wooden paneling and stone fireplaces.

It is not known whether Ben still lives in this house or if he moved in with his new wife Renee Perry.

Current Residents -

Previous Residents -

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Pre-series

Lillian lived at 4356 Wisteria Lane for a number of years before the start of the series. After her niece, Katherine Mayfair, divorced her abusive husband Wayne Davis, she moved back into the house along with her daughter, Dylan. However, after Dylan's death, Katherine packed up her bags and left Wisteria Lane (read more about the Season 4 mystery for more details).

Lillian continued living at the house for years until she was later admitted to a retirement home to be cared for. She then rented her house out.

Season 1 - Season 3

Mike Delfino rented out the house for the first 3 seasons of the series. He moved to Wisteria Lane to spy on Paul Young and to find out what happened to Deirdre Taylor - his ex-girlfriend. After he marries Susan Mayer in the season 3 finale, he moves into her house across the street.

Season 4 - Season 6

Katherine's family move back to Wisteria Lane in Season 4. Lillian returns home from the retirement home, to die and eventually does, presumably leaving the house in Katherine's possession.

Season 7

Paul Young presumably purcheses the house off Katherine (although this has never been mentioned on-screen), along with several other properties on the lane, and attempts to open a half-way house to get revenge against his neighbors who didn't stick up for him when he was arrested. The half-way house plan fails, but the house remains in his possession.

The house is written into Beth Young's will, and is then inherited by Felicia Tillman, after Beth's suicide. Felicia lives there for the remainder of the season. She finally abandones the house and is later killed (presumed) in a car accident.

Season 8

Ben Faulkner brought and moved into the house at the beginning of the season.

Behind the Scenes -

  • This house has a complete first floor interior (Kitchen, Dining, Living-room), all second floor interior shots (Bedrooms, Bathrooms) are filmed in a soundstage.
  • This house also appeared in The Burbs (1989)

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