Nineties kids, rejoice – the home that was the inspiration for the Tanner family’s San Francisco abode is now for sale.
The traditional Victorian home that served as the exterior of the Tanner residence on Full House for eight years has been listed for $5.41 million CAD.
So if you’re looking to take a nostalgic walk down memory lane and are in the market for a stunning home in the Bay Area, this might just be the place you’ve been dreaming of.
The Painted Lady-style home offers three bedrooms, an office, and 3.5 bathrooms in the Golden City’s trendy Pacific Heights neighbourhood.
Located at 1709 Broderick Street, the 3,125-square-foot abode now features a blue pastel colour scheme, but with a fresh coat of paint, you could quickly restore the exterior back to its original look, which featured off-white paint and a cherry red door.
According to the listing, the three-story property, built in 1883, features a large eat-in island kitchen, professional-style appliances, and a “classically designed garden,” which is perfect for a family. Or in the Tanners’ case, nine family members and a dog.