The 'Full House' house is on the market, and it's worth more than you think
It'll cost you a pretty penny.
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Everywhere you look, it seems like more and more houses are going on the market. With summer is full swing, the real estate market is hot.
Folks looking for a home in San Francisco have an interesting option — if they have the funds. The house from Full House is on the market, and it probably costs more than the Tanners could afford.
The three-bedroom home was featured prominently in the opening and closing credits of the '90s sitcom. Built in 1883, the Victorian-style residence became one of the most classic TV homes.
Despite what many people believe, the house isn't one of the famous "Painted Ladies" also featured in the opening credits. It's actually located at 1709 Broderick Street, about a mile north of those Haight-Ashbury homes.
The Tanners' former residence has undergone some serious renovations since the show wrapped in 1995. The iconic red door is gone, and a fresh coat of dark blue paint has replaced the cream color the house once boasted. There's also a giant tree obscuring the first two levels of the property, most likely to throw off fans looking for Danny, Jesse or Joey.
Of course, the inside of the home looks nothing like the one of television. Most of the scenes in Full House were shot at the Warner Bros. studio in Burbank, California.
Trying to distance the home even further from the sitcom, the listing doesn't mention anything about its past on television. But that didn't stop fans from immediately recognizing the building.
If you're looking for a home in San Francisco, and have the funds, this house can be yours for $4.1 million. Take a look at the images below. It looks nothing like where the Tanners lived, right?