TV Sitcom House in San Francisco Is Up for Sale

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You can own a piece of 1980s television history in San Francisco. All you need is $4.15 million.

The beautiful Victorian home made famous by the popular 1980s sitcom “Full House” is for sale.

The San Francisco home — the exterior of which was featured in the opening credits for “Full House” — is listed at $4.15 million.


If you were a fan of the original “Full House” and/or the new “Fuller House” on Netflix, you may be disappointed by the interior of the house, which is located at 1709 Broderick St.

It looks nothing like the Tanner house as featured on the show. According to Time, “Full House” was filmed using a stage set at the Warner Bros. Studio in Burbank, California.

The exterior of the house may also be unrecognizable to fans of the sitcom. Gone is the familiar red door and white-painted exterior. The house is now purple with a white door.

According to Vanguard Properties, the Broderick Street home offers prospective buyers far more than a slice of television history.

“Originally constructed in 1883 this Charles Lewis Hinkel home is one of the city’s finest examples [of] Italianate, Victorian architecture,” reads its real estate listing.

The three-story, three-bedroom 3 1/2-bath home is about 2,500 square feet. According to Zillow, the house sold for $725,000 in 1990, while “Full House” was filming. It last sold for $1.85 million in April 2006.

Are you a “Full House” fan? What do you think of an asking price of $4.15 million for a 2,500-square-foot home in San Francisco? Share your comments below or on our Facebook page.

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