San Francisco- Were you a die hard fan of “Full House?”
Well now you could be a part of the Tanner family home… if you have $4 million just sitting around.
Yes, the San Francisco Victorian home that served as the family home on the 1980s sitcom “Full House” is up for sale.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported on Friday that the 1708 Broderick in the well known, wealthy neighbourhood of Pacific Heights is up for grabs for $4.15 million.
The home has recently appeared in the Netflix sequel series, “Fuller House,” as the home of the grown up Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) and his fictional family.
Real estate agents aren’t trying to cash in on this house because it is famous, but rather are focusing on the details of the house themselves.
And the house itself has had some minor changes to it. No longer does it have the iconic red door on the off-white exterior at the front, but now the color of purple stains the door.
The newspaper also claims the interior looks nothing like the house on the television show, probably due to the fact that the show was filmed in a studio.