Stop your house hunting wannabe home-owners, that dream property has finally come onto the market. The Full House house.
Yep, despite the iconic red door and cream exterior being long gone, you can now call the residence of your favourite childhood family – Danny, Jesse, Joey, D.J, Stephanie and Michelle – your very own.
One of the many reading spaces within the three-storey house. Source: Realtor.com.
Constructed in 1883, the three storey townhouse boasts three bedrooms, four bathrooms, an office, generous living spaces, and an outdoor garden. Just enough room for the growing family gang.
"1709 Broderick Street represents a unique opportunity to own a rare piece of San Francisco history," Realtor.com writes.
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"Originally constructed in 1883 this Charles Lewis Hinkel home is one of the city's finest examples Italianate, Victorian architecture. The interior of this magnificent property is sophisticated, comfortable, and timeless with a spacious floor plan."
In addition to its outer changes, the interior has also had extensive work done, retaining its old world charm while adding in all the mod cons a modern own could hope for.
The townhouse also boasts a generous backyard space. Source: Realtor.com.
But a warning to potential buyers - the house is visited by thousands of tourists each year. So being able to tolerate the most ardent of Full House fans.
To score yourself the ultimate San Francisco pad you just need a cool $4.15 million (almost $5.74 million in AUD) and a US residency visa. Easy.
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