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1164 Morning Glory Circle
1164 Morning Glory Circle
General Information
Name 1164 Morning Glory Circle
Type Residence
Subtype Fictional
Location Westport, Connecticut
Significance Home of the Stephens family
Series Connections
Characters Samantha Stephens
Darrin Stephens
Tabitha Stephens
Adam Stephens

1164 Morning Glory Circle is the home where Samantha and Darrin Stephens live with their children, Tabitha and Adam.


The Stephens' home is located in a nearby upper middle class suburban neighborhood, either in Westport, Connecticut, within New York State or in Patterson, New Jersey ("Samantha's Shopping Spree"), as indicated by conflicting information presented throughout the series.[1] It was also stated once that the Stephens' residence is in the New York suburb of Armonk.[citation needed]


Samantha and Darrin Stephens move into 1164 Morning Glory Circle shortly after they are married. While there, they are visited by a variety of Samantha's family members and some odd characters who appear as the result of a spell, including people like Benjamin Franklin and Queen Victoria. ("Be It Ever So Mortgaged") ("My Friend Ben") ("Samantha for the Defense") ("Aunt Clara's Victoria Victory")

A number of Darrin's business dinners are also hosted here.

Notable Visitors[]

  • Prince Albert
  • Napoleon Bonaparte
  • Julius Caesar
  • Cleopatra
  • Leonardo Da Vinci
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Sigmund Freud
  • Willie Mays
  • Franklin Pierce
  • Rasputin
  • Queen Victoria
  • George Washington
  • Martha Washington


Modern day views

Floor Plans[]

First Floor
Second Floor



The Stephenses' phone number is 555-7328.

Bloopers and Continuity Errors[]

  • In the Season Four episode, "How Green Was My Grass", house number 162 was used as a plot device.

In Popular Culture[]

  • The house that is associated with the 1164 Morning Glory Circle address was used in the 2021 Marvel television show, Wandavision. It is featured at the end of the eighth episode, as the house that served as the temporary residence of Agatha Harkness. Additionally, some irony serves in the fact that "Bewitched" itself is a primary reference of the show's 1960's themed episode, and later the house makes its appearance.


  1. Bewitched on Wikipedia. Retrieved on April 4, 2010. Revised on December 7, 2019.
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