‘Full House’ Victorian Hits Market for $4.15 Million

Prospective homebuyers should note that the home does not come with a golden retriever

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One of San Francisco’s most iconic homes hit the market this week, and it’s predictably expensive.

The Pacific Heights Victorian made famous by 1980s sitcom Full House is now available for purchase for $4.15 million. The house, located at 1708 Broderick St., is prominently featured in the family-friendly sitcom’s opening and transitional scenes.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that realtors are choosing to stress the home’s Victorian design rather than its famous history. The home’s façade is currently featured on Fuller House, a spinoff of the original show that is now playing on Netflix.

Prospective homebuyers should note that the home does not come with a golden retriever or a pair of cool uncles, but there might be some familiar faces just around the bend. 

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