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San Francisco ‘Full House’ home sells for $5.3 million

The property used in the sitcoms “Full House” and “Fuller House” as the home of the fictional Tanner family has been sold for over $5 million.

The famous Victorian dwelling, which was featured in the opening credits for both sitcoms, reportedly sold last month for a whopping $5,350,000.

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The 3,728 square-foot, three-story residence boasts four bedrooms and features a master-suite complete with luxurious amenities like a fireplace, spa-like bathroom, and picturesque views of the San Francisco Bay area.

This file photo shows the Victorian home, center, in San Francisco, made famous by the television show "Full House."
This file photo shows the Victorian home, center, in San Francisco, made famous by the television show "Full House." (Eric Risberg/AP)

Located at 1709 Broderick Street on the city’s iconic “Postcard Row,” the house became a tourist attraction to visitors of the Bay Area.

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Although the star-studded sitcom did not actually film in the house – actually filmed on a Hollywood studio lot – it has become a hot listing.

Prior to the sale, the home was owned by the show’s creator and executive producer Jeff Franklin since 2016. With plans to renovate its interior to mimic what viewers saw on their television screens, the television exec received resistance from neighbors who feared an increase in tourists and his building permits were revoked.

In February, the Los Angeles Times reported the house was slashed for half a million less than its original listing price of $5.9999 million after there were no takers for it.

Once having a red door, which is what is shown as the front of the property at about the minute-and-a-half mark of the opening credits as well as in the opening credits of the 2016 Netflix reboot, the front door has since been painted a sleek black.

According to TMZ, who reported the new sale, the new owners won’t be getting an exact replica of the well-known abode but will have a backyard containing cement tiles with the handprints and signatures of the “Full House” cast.

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