“You got it, dude.” The Full House Home is For Sale!
Have Mercy! The famous San Francisco Victorian home shown in the opening credits of the hit TV show “Full House” is currently on the market. The home’s exterior was used in the original series of “Full House” from 1987 to 1995, and in the Netflix sequel “Fuller House” which launched in February of 2016. The celebrated home has continued to draw in tourists and visitor numbers skyrocketed after the Netflix reboot.
The owner of the home, Jeff Franklin, is also the creator and executive producer of both TV series. Franklin bought the property for $4 million in 2016 and now has it listed at just under $6 million. His newly renovated 1883 Charles Hinkel Lewis home has 4 beds, 3.5 baths, 3,728 square feet of living space, and a modern yet sophisticated interior across all three levels.
Remodeled by renowned architect Richard Landry and interior designer Rhona McShane the home features spectacular blue kitchen cabinetry, luxurious Calacatta Oro marble counters, designer chandeliers, Viking appliances, bright skylights, luxurious fixtures, and warm hardwood floors.
With the final season of “Fuller House” coming to an end, Franklin is looking to find the right buyer to make this charming home, a full house once again. Rachel Swann (The Agency) and Cindy Ambuehl (Compass) hold this prestigious listing.