You want to live like a Tanner? Well, you got it, dude.
Fans of the '90s hit sitcom can now rent the infamous San Francisco home that inspired the outside look of the house featured on both Full House and the Netflix reboot Fuller House.
Back when the original show aired, the house located at 1709 Broderick St. featured a white exterior with its iconic red-painted door, which is routinely seen in both the opening credits and during other shots taken. Some of these shots were even used for the Netflix remake.
However, no filming was done inside the actual home. Instead, the inside of the Tanner residence was shot on set in Burbank, Calif.
Today, the 1883 Victorian San Fran villa near Pine St., with its Italianate architecture, is painted blue and white and traded in the red door for a softer mint color, combing both an antique yet modern look.
According to the listing, the real Full House house is 2,985 square feet, features three bedrooms and three and a half baths. As a bonus, the home also has a garage and is one block away from the popular Divisadero St.
The house on Broderick St. was put on the market back in May for a hefty price tag of $4.15 million. While this means that owning the house is not a possibility for many of us (how did Danny afford it on his TV anchor salary?), the property is now available for rent for a much more reasonable rate.
Well, actually, it costs $13,950 a month to rent the pop culture landmark, and it is available for interested tenants immediately.
This is probably what you are thinking right now, because that still seems like an insane amount of money for a three-bedroom, especially since it's not like you can sleep in Uncle Jessie's room as seen on the show. You can bet money on the fact that the house features different couches (the living room is much smaller, yet more beautifully decorated), and the kitchen looks completely different in the best way possible, complete without that strange second staircase to go upstairs.
However, at least you don't technically need to be a millionaire in order to afford staying there.
Then again, you could always just wait to get a glimpse of the outside of the house when Fuller House (which just wrapped up filming for season 3) returns to Netflix next year.
Source: SF Gate