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  • The palace that Vonda Clutchcoin calls her own in the Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers episode "The Carpetsnaggers".
  • Burns Manor in The Simpsons, home of local evil tycoon Montgomery Burns.
  • In The Critic, Jay Sherman's family and his boss Duke Phillips live in mansions.
  • In the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "House Fancy", Squilliam's house, much to Squidward's dismay.
  • Fred Flintstone moves into one to keep Pebbles away from the riff-raff in Bedrock, but they find they can't afford the upkeep.
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  • Montana Max's mansion (complete with doorbell that chimes "MON-ney!")
  • Tex Avery's Lonesome Lenny is a big dumb dog whose home is a huge mansion - his room is the size of an opera house - and he lives in a standard-issue wooden doghouse in the corner.
  • Scrooge McDuck's mansion in DuckTales (1987) stands almost as tall as his gigantic Money Bin and has room for himself, three growing boys (and a growing girl), two more adults, a study, a dining hall, a kitchen, and a library.
  • In The Legend of Korra Airbending Master Tenzin and his family reside in a palatial estate on the grounds of Air Temple Island, a sanctuary situated on the bay of Republic City.
  • The Northwest family's manor, simply named Northwest Manor, in Gravity Falls is situated up on a hill with gates that exist with the main purpose of keeping the average poor townsperson from attending the Northwest family's annual dinner party.
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  • Mordhaus (German for "Murder House"), the home of Dethklok from Metalocalypse is a gigantic, high-tech fortress that even has the ability to fly.
  • The Duke of Detroit's mansion (where he keeps many cars) in Motorcity.
  • The Kids From Room 402: Jordan's as revealed in "Mrs. McCoy's Baby Boy". Even her gardener's house was big enough to impress Nancy.
  • In Over the Garden Wall, Quincy Endicott's mansion is extremely large, but is noted to have an inconsistent architectural style. This is because his house accidentally became interconnected with that of one of his neighbors. Neither party is aware of this, and believes the other to be a ghost.
  • Yogi's Gang: Mr. Waste's manor. He's so wasteful that, since the manor is too big to be thrown away, he keeps adding new rooms so he'll never have to use the same more than one night. He eventually abandons it and the island where it's located to look for a new home after wasting the island's resources.
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  • Miraculous Ladybug: Gabriel Agreste's mansion is at least four stories tall and surrounded by a massive fence, and he lives there with his wife Emilie (before her disappearance, at least, although he's keeping her comatose body in the basement) and son Adrien.


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