On the market: the Tanner family’s San Francisco home. Full House aired from 1987 to 1995 and the show’s legacy remains strong today. Fans love this sitcom so much that its original creator launched the comeback series, Fuller House, two decades after its ending. The famed 1882 Victorian from the show’s opening credits is up for sale and super fans now have a chance to move in. But don’t expect to see the same details you saw on-screen back in the day, this iconic house has undergone a full renovation. How much cash does a mega fan have to come up with to buy this pop culture palace? The asking price is 6 million dollars.
In addition to claiming the Full House home as your own, the seven figure price tag will get you an impressive and updated residence. The 3,700-square-foot house boasts four bedrooms and four bathrooms, an open floor plan, and a lower level guest suite. Skylights and smart home technology have been added to complement the 21st century renovation. The kitchen now features custom cabinetry, subway tile, and pendant lighting, and “Oh Mylanta”, it’s stunning. Don’t worry though, many original architectural features remain standing in this sitcom’s setting, such as Corinthian columns, high ceilings, and ornate moldings. The backyard leads to a private pebbled courtyard enclosed by English-style boxwood hedges. And as if these details weren’t enticing enough, you can find concrete blocks on display outside which contain handprints from the Fuller House cast.
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