This Is Not a Drill: The 'Full House' House Is For Sale, and It's Gorgeous
Hey '80s and '90s kids: You'll want to peek inside this multi-million dollar home seen on the iconic TV show.
Everywhere you look, everywhere you go, people are talking about the iconic San Francisco home made famous by the hit show Full House.
The 3,125-square-foot Victorian, located at 1709 Broderick Street in the trendy Pacific Heights neighborhood, went on the market last week and the internet has been buzzing ever since. The listing was even the most popular on Realtor.com as fans flocked to the site only to discover the whopping $4.15 million asking price. Hey, nostalgia isn’t cheap.
While nearly every scene at the Tanner residence was filmed at a soundstage in Southern California, the exterior of the 3 bedroom, 3 ½ bath home was featured prominently throughout the show to establish location and has turned into a tourist attraction for those visiting the City by the Bay. Even John Stamos, who played Jesse Katsopolis, has been known to stop by.
However, fans of the show may be disappointed to learn that the exterior of the home looks nothing like what they remember. Gone is the famous red door and off-white façade and in its place, a more modern color scheme (perhaps to detract tourists). And the changes don’t stop there.
Inside, the circa 1883 abode is unrecognizable, but in a good way. Full House fanatics interested in owning a piece of television history will have their work cut out in order to recreate their favorite rooms from the show but the modern kitchen, tall ceilings and spacious floor plan leave us saying, "Have Mercy!"