‘Fuller House’: San Francisco Home Used In ‘Full House’ Sells For $4 Million

The Fuller House home is no longer on the market. The San Francisco home made famous on the ’80s sitcom Full House has sold for a whopping $4 million, according to ABC News. The two-story Victorian abode was used for the exterior shots on the ABC comedy as well as the Netflix spinoff Fuller House.

The house, which is located on Broderick Street in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood in San Francisco, was listed earlier this year for $4.15 million. It has long been a tourist attraction and received renewed interest when the Fuller House spinoff made its debut on Netflix earlier this year, more than 20 years after the original series went off the air.

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The famous house is seen in the opening credits of Full House as well as exterior shots for the sitcom and its Netflix spinoff. While the front door was painted bright red back in the day, today the Fuller House front door is a neutral shade. According to the listing, the home boasts three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, not nearly enough space to house the fictional Tanner family and their extended friends and relatives.

For decades, fans have flocked to the iconic house. Last year, Fuller House star John Stamos even had some fun when he posted an Instagram pic of himself standing in front of the home amid some unsuspecting Full House fans. Stamos joked that the sightseers had no idea what they were missing, with Uncle Jesse just a few feet behind them.

While the new buyer will own a piece of pop culture history, it may come with a price. Earlier this year, residents who live near the Fuller House home told the Wall Street Journal that the property is a fan magnet. One neighbor said there has been “an endless stream of people,” especially since the release of the Netflix Fuller House reboot.

According to the WSJ, before the new sale, the Fuller House home was last purchased in 2006 for $1.85 million. The current owner installed a small fence in an attempt to keep trespassers away, but to no avail. The house is constantly stalked and photographed and even has its own Yelp page.

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Full House creator Jeff Franklin revealed to the WSJ that he approached several San Francisco homeowners with “a generous offer” to shoot exterior shots for Fuller House, but he had no takers. So for Fuller House, Franklin used the same 30-year-old photographs from the original series because his production company still owns the rights to them. The Fuller House producer also joked that he has never visited the iconic property in person, but if he ever did, the residents would “probably throw rocks at me.”

The second season of Fuller House is currently in production, so fans will have plenty of chances to see that famous front door again. Fuller House star Lori Loughlin recently posted an Instagram snap of herself with some of the cast members, including Stamos, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier, gathering in front of the house — or at least a replica of the front door.

The Fuller House cast members are wearing festive sweaters in the photo, hinting that a holiday episode is in the works. Fuller House will return to Netflix later this year, and if Season 2 is anything like the first season, expect fans to gobble it up.

Take a look at the video below to see the Fuller House home in every season of the show’s famous opening credits, including the unaired Full House pilot that featured a different Danny Tanner.

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