TV fans can buy “Full House” location in San Francisco for $6.5M

Victorian row house in Pacific Heights packaged with concrete handprints of sitcom cast

“Full House” Location in San Francisco Lists for $6.5M
Rachel Swann of The Swann Group with 1709 Broderick Street in San Francisco (Google Maps, The Swann Group)

A Victorian row house in San Francisco that starred in “Full House” has hit the market for $6.5 million.

The three-story house used to showcase the Tanner family residence in the ‘90s sitcom is up for grabs at 1709 Broderick Street, in Lower Pacific Heights, Architectural Digest reported. The seller was not disclosed.

The 3,700-square-foot home, built by architect Charles Lewis Hinkel, is distinctly San Franciscan, with intricate moldings, bay windows and a brick stoop. The listing claims it was built both in 1883 and in 1900.

The beige house with white trim and a charcoal door has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It last traded in 2020 for $5.35 million.

It has a gourmet kitchen complete with custom cabinets, Calacatta Oro countertops and Viking appliances, a backyard English garden and a two-car garage with a small fitness room.

A buyer would have the option of securing handprints in concrete of the “Full House” cast, including Bob Saget and John Stamos.

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The house was renovated in 2019 by Richard Landry of Landry Design Group, based in Los Angeles. In this case, life imitated art — with the home’s new interior mirroring the TV show set at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank.

“The fact that the front is so iconic due to eight years of being flashed on TV screens around the world made it especially fun to be a part of the project,” William Mungall, an architect with Landry Design Group, told Architectural Digest.

“We were inspired by the show for the interior as well, opening up the living space to feature the staircase for dramatic entrances and combining several small rooms into a large kitchen featuring a walk-around island similar to the show.”

The 0.07-acre property is listed by Rachel Swann of The Swann Group, affiliated with the San Francisco Pacific Heights office of Coldwell Banker Realty in Northern California.

A San Francisco duplex featured on an episode of the A&E series “Hoarders” received 12 offers and sold early this year for $1.2 million — $500,000 over the asking price, according to The Real Deal.

— Dana Bartholomew

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