If you're depressed about Fuller House coming to an end and leaving the Tanner-Fuller household in San Francisco empty once again, you can now fill the void by moving into the iconic television home yourself. Popularized by the original Full House series in the late '80s and early '90s, the home depicted as the Tanner house is a Victorian-style. Although the interior scenes were filmed on a set, the Victorian house was shown in the intro of every episode with the family playing soccer in the grass out front, forever turning the home into a bit of a popular tourist attraction.
Now, the Full House home is officially on sale as it has recently been placed back on the market. If you're keen on living in one of sitcom history's most well-known households and have an extra $5.5 million to spend, then the Tanner home can be yours. While the front door is no longer red as it appeared on the TV series, the exterior of the home still virtually looks the same and remains instantly recognizable. Just know that the inside will not resemble the Full House set at all, though it does still sound like a wonderful place to reside. A 2,728 square foot home with four bedrooms and four bathrooms, the house is said to have had a "complete 21st-century redo."
Full House starred Bob Saget as Danny Tanner, a widower faced with raising three daughters on his own following the sudden death of their mother. To help, Danny's brother-in-law Jesse (John Stamos) and friend Joey (Dave Coulier) move in to help care for the Tanner daughters, D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen). Later, the family would grow even larger when Jesse married Aunt Becky (Lori Loughlin), with the two having two children of their own. The show became a television hit and is one of the most memorable sitcoms of its era, lasting for eight seasons between 1987 and 1995.
More recently, Full House had a revival with the Netflix sequel series Fuller House}. Set in the same San Francisco household, the series followed D.J., Stephanie, and Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) moving into the old house to similarly raise D.J.'s children when she loses her husband. The show turned out to be a hit for the streamer, winning big at the Kids' Choice Awards, the Teen Choice Awards, and the People's Choice Awards. After premiering the first half of its fifth and final season last year, Netflix will release the final remaining episodes of the series sometime this year, but an exact release date remains unclear.
I'm not sure how many multi-millionaires out there are huge Full House fans dying to live in the iconic television house, especially when considering photo-taking tourists are something you'd have to deal with on a consistent basis. Still, if you're interested in moving into the Tanner-Fuller home or if you're just curious to see the listing, you can find out more from The Agency. You can also take a virtual tour of the iconic home in the YouTube video below.