The house located in San Fransisco that was made famous by the 1980s-90s family sitcom is being advertised for $13,950 per month.
Now you can stay at the "Full House" home, but only if you're willing to pay a high price. The house located at 1709 Broderick St. in San Fransicso is now available for rent for $13,950 per month. The Victorian home is listed by Vanguard Properties.
According to the listing, the 2,985-square-foot house boasts 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. It is available immediately for tenants. "Originally constructed in 1883 this Charles Lewis Hinkel home is one of the city's finest examples preserved Italianate, Victorian architecture," according to Vanguard Properties. In July, the house was up for sale for $4.15 million.
The house has been the city's famous landmark since it was featured on the "Full House" opening credits set to the show's theme song "Everywhere You Look". However, none of the home's interiors were used for filming of the 1980s-90s family sitcom. Scenes set inside of the Tanner residence were shot at a studio in Burbank, California.
When Netflix picked up the reboot "Fuller House", the house was reconstructed on the Warner Bros. lot with some updates. The white paint is now replaced with light blue and the door is now light red.