The Tanners might still own their home in TV land, but the real-life Full House house is up for grabs. The San Francisco Victorian that was used in the TV show is on the market for $4.15 million—$1 million higher than what we reported the experts predicted it would go for a few months ago. The home looks a lot different than when it was featured in the ‘90s show and the 2016 Netflix revival: it got a colorful paint job to replace its original neutral exterior and bright red door.
The house—which is located on 1709 Broderick Street in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood—was built in 1883 and last sold in April 2006 for $1.85 million, according to Zillow. Fans of the show might be disappointed to find out that the home’s interiors look nothing like the ones on television, since the series was filmed on the Warner Brothers backlot miles away in Burbank, California. The real-life house features three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, an office, a large eat-in kitchen, and a beautiful garden.
Take a look at some interior shots below and more on Zillow.com.
Photos courtesy of Ed Deleski and Vanguard Properties