The famous house from the beloved 80’s sitcom Full House & its follow up series Fuller House has just been sold for $5,350,000.
The Victorian style house, located in San Francisco’s “Postcard Row” consists of 3,728 square feet, 4 bedrooms and was sold last month, according to sources. Back in 2016 the house was bought by Jeff Franklin, the creator/executive producer for Full House. It was later put back on the market in 2019. Franklin’s goal was to remodel the house to make it look like an exact replica of the Full House home, starting by painting the door red. As of now it’s been painted black.
The renovation plans angered neighbors who didn’t want any tourist activity in their neighborhood that inevitably led to his building permits being repossessed. Franklin, incapable of making the intended renovations listed the house.
Viewers of the show regrettably never saw the 3-story home’s interior considering the show was filmed in a Hollywood studio. The house features a 3rd floor master suite including a walk-in closet, a gorgeous view of San Francisco, a fireplace and a Jacuzzi tub.
Considering the home’s interior bears no similarity to the show, the present owner of the house is accumulating memorabilia from the show which includes hand printed cement tiles in the backyard signed by the cast of Full House.
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