The Full and Fuller House home is on the market in northwest San Francisco! If you’re a fan of the popular ’80s sitcom Full House, or it’s modern-day reboot Fuller House, then you probably remember the Tanner family home like your childhood best friend. From the iconic red door to the inviting living room and wood-laden kitchen, this home hosted many memorable scenes of unconventional family life.
After some major renovations to the home’s interior, show creator and owner of the home, Jeff Franklin, has it listed for just south of $6 million. If you have a discerning taste for iconic flair, this home is definitely the one for you.
Newly Renovated Victorian Italianate Living at Its Finest
This 1883 Charles Hinkel Lewis home, designed by Richard Landry, is located in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco and boasts an impressive four bedrooms and four bathrooms. With all the interior renovations, the 3,728-square-foot home looks nothing like the one where the Tanner clan and friends lived in.
A Home Suitable for Comfort and Class
In the show, family and friends would gather in the then traditional style kitchen for dinner and memorable laughs from characters like Joey or Kimmie Gibbler. The new and improved kitchen is much more modern with sleek lines and finishes. The home’s main level features bedrooms and living spaces with muted extravagance, including a powder room, custom cabinetry, Calacatta Oro marble, and Viking appliances. A second living room features a cozy fireplace.
The lower level boasts another bedroom, walk-in closet, den, bathroom, wet bar, and laundry area.
Dine Stylish and Distinct
This home offers the pinnacle of landscape art outside that’s as welcoming as the home’s inside. The backyard layout adds a sense of mystery to the aesthetic and essence of the home. Full of greenery, it features an English garden complete with paths, panels and arcs. In the center, you’ll find an area for dining and hosting your family and friends.
Place Your Bid If You’re Looking to Fill the Full House Again!
This home has been a site for many tourists but only one person will be lucky enough to enjoy living in the former home of the Tanners. If this home speaks to you, then don’t wait to put in your offer. A home with this blend of sitcom history and updated renovations will not last long on the market.