SAN FRANCISCO―The face of the iconic home from the TV show “Full House” and its 2016 Netflix spin-off “Fuller House” was sold back in August 2016 back the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin. The home was initially purchased under an anonymous LLC.
“I’m sentimental about the house,” Franklin told The Hollywood Reporter. He purchased the home for around $4 million, just below the house’s original asking price. The 3 bedroom and 3 ½ bath Victorian home is situated in Pacific Heights on 1709 Broderick Street. The original series was shot on a sound stage in los Angeles.
Franklin plans to match the interior of the San Francisco “Full House” home to the TV sets the show used while filming in Los Angeles. His long term plans for the home is to rent it out. The house was previously available for rent at a price of $14,000 a month.