Fred Rogers, the star of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," may not have featured his real home on his TV show, but where he lived in the late 50's is just as homey as you'd expect — and is now on the market for $850,000. If that actually seems reasonable for such an iconic property, you may be surprised to know that other homes with celebrity cachet have been listed for decidedly more modest prices. Some stars forgo the glitz of the Hollywood Hills and lead frugal lives. Others may live (or travel) large now but grew up in decidedly ho-hum places. Here's our list of celebrity homes that regular people could actually afford.