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'Full House' Creator Buys the Original Tanner House in San Francisco



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    The San Francisco home made famous by the famous sitcom "Full House" is now available to rent for a staggering $13,950 a month.

    The iconic "Full House" Tanner home had been on the market since May at a price tag of $4.15 million.

    It finally sold this fall, the Hollywood Reporter first reported, to the perfect homeowner.

    Veteran TV producer Jeff Franklin — creator of the 1987 hit TV series "Full House" — bought the 1709 Broderick Street home where the Tanner family "lived," located in the city's Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood.

    Franklin paid about $4 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter, for the 2,985-square-feet home with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.

    Franklin posted a picture of himself on the steps of the house on Instagram. "My new house in San Francisco. Look familiar?!" he wrote.

    The home's exterior, then painted white, was used as the Tanner family's residence in the original show. According to its listing on the Vanguard Properties website, the Charles Lewis Hinkel home was constructed in 1883 and is one of the city's finest examples of preserved Italianate, Victorian architecture. Inside scenes were filmed on a set in Burbank, California.

    My new house in San Francisco. Look familiar?!

    A photo posted by Jeff Franklin (@fullerhouseguy) on

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