“Jeff had no idea how iconic the property was unit he toured it for the first time,” said real estate agent Cindy Ambuehl, who is handling the sale. "After purchasing it, he intended to turn the home into an homage to 'Full House' and replicate the set’s floor plan. He had incredible intentions of getting fans off the street and bringing them in. However, he received pushback from neighbors, who worried about the house attracting larger crowds, and instead decided to renovate the entire home, giving the house a modern feel tailored to current San Francisco buyers."
The Victorian home that was allegedly the TV home of the Tanner family in "Full House" and "Fuller House" has continued to be a tourist attraction. Annoyed neighbors passed a ban on tourist buses on the street last year.
Most people take their selfies with the"Painted Ladies" (brightly colored Victorian homes) in San Francisco’s Alamo Square, but the TV house is actually at 1709 Broderick Street in San Francisco. (Note, the front door is no longer red.)
Of course, the show wasn't filmed on site, but on a soundstage and the real house looks nothing like the Tanner abode inside.
The 3,728 square foot, four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home has been renovated and seismically retrofitted. It's going for a modest $5,995,000.
The listing is here, if you've got that kind of cash and don't find hordes of fans camping out on your doorstep day and night.