Inside $5M sale of 'Full House'; home made famous by the 1980s TV sitcom
At On The Set we love to write about great TV/FILM locations. Here is a location that caught our eye and it had nothing to do with Aunt Becky being in the news recently. Yes, you guessed right if you are thinking about the "Full House" location.
The Victorian Painted Ladies on San Francisco's Steiner Street might be some of the most iconic in the city — you'll find them included in roundups of must-see city attractions.
And though they were in part made famous by the 1980s sitcom "Full House," the home that is shown in the opening credits of the hit show is actually about a mile to the north.
The three-story Victorian at 1709 Broderick Street once had a red door, which is what is shown as the front of the fictional family house at about the minute-and-a-half mark of the opening credits as well as in the opening credits of the 2016 reboot "Fuller House." The front door has since been painted a sleek black.
And in 2016, "Full House" creator and former executive producer Jeff Franklin paid $4 million for the home and intended to turn it into a replica of the TV show set and even allow fans to visit and walk through the place.
But the neighbors weren't too fond of that idea, and so Franklin instead renovated the home into a modern masterpiece that homebuyers would find appealing. Now, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom house is for sale for $5.5 million.
Here's what it's like inside.
Images Courtesy: Christopher Stark
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