The home featured in the opening scene of ABC’s famously cornball Full House sitcom, which, most crucially, launched the careers of polarizing style icons Mary-Kate and Ashley, was sold recently.
It netted a cool $4 million in August,s $150,000 less than the home asked back in May.
Now it can be yours, should you want to shell out $13,950/month. As reported on Hoodline, the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom, 2,985-square-foot Victorian at Broderick and Pine in Lower Pacific Heights (the other famous set of houses featured in the show’s opening are in Alamo Square).
"Originally constructed in 1883 this Charles Lewis Hinkel home is one of the city's finest examples preserved Italianate, Victorian architecture," notes the Craigslist ad. "More recently, it has been featured as the home in the popular TV show the Full House. "
Also of note is the stunning decor by Courtnay Haden Daniel, the home’s previous owner. Furnishings and utilities, however, are not included.
- 'Full House' House Hits The Rental Market For $14K/Month [Hoodline]
- Pac Heights Victorian, AKA the 'Full House' Home, Asks $4.1 Million [Curbed SF]
- Historic and Famous Home -- 'The Full House' House (low pac heights) [Craigslist]
- 'Full House' home sells for under asking [Curbed SF]
- 1709 Broderick [Curbed SF]