The price for the San Francisco Victorian made famous by the
’80s sitcom “Full House” and the current reboot “Fuller
House” has been reduced by $500,000, to $5.499 million.
The 3,728-square-foot house, which has four bedrooms and four
bathrooms, has had a top-to-bottom modern makeover. It features
new, sleek finishes, custom cabinetry, skylights, a patio and an
English garden, among many other amenities.
Jeff Franklin, who created both shows, purchased the home for $4
million in 2016 — the same year “Fuller House”
Antonio Brown sells East Bay mansion for $3M
Metallica mansion in Tiburon sold for $10.3 million
Photos: Michelle Pfeiffer and David E. Kelley sell Woodside mansion
for $22 million
Rachel Swann with The Agency is the current listing agent.
“Full House” ran from 1987 to 1995; it followed a widowed
father, Danny Tanner, who enlists his brother-in-law, Jesse
Katsopolis, and best friend, Joey Gladstone, to help raise his
three daughters: D.J., Stephanie and Michelle.
“Fuller House” features the widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller, who
is raising three sons, and lives with sister Stephanie and best
friend Kimmy — along with her teenage daughter — in the
original “Full House” home.
Source: FS – All – Real Estate News 1
Photos: ‘Full House’ Victorian in San Francisco gets 0,000 price cut