You got it, dude: San Francisco’s “Full House” hits market for $6M

The creator of the sitcom, Jeff Franklin, also owns the home
By Natalie Hoberman | May 05, 2019 11:00AM

Jeff Franklin, the creator of “Full House,” is selling his San Francisco residence (Credit: The Agency, Getty)

Move over, Lori Loughlin. There’s another “Full House” star making headlines now.

The San Francisco home used to film exterior shots for the hit sitcom is on the market for nearly $6 million, opening up the floodgates for fans to actually live in the home.

Jeff Franklin, the creator of “Full House,” is selling the residence, found in the city’s pricey Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood. Franklin bought the home for $4 million in 2016 as Netflix was gearing to shoot “Fuller House,” the show’s reboot.

Spanning 3,730 square feet, the Victorian-style home includes four bedrooms and four bathrooms. There’s also a hidden garden, wet bar and a fireplace.

The home — which has become a staple for visiting tourists — was recently renovated and seismically retrofitted.

Rachel Swann of The Agency shares the listing with Cindy Ambuehl of Compass.