The real-life “Full House” home is looking for a new owner.

The San Francisco property, which provided the front door façade of the Tanners’ family house for the beloved TV show, is seeking $6.5 million, SFGate reports

(Despite the sitcom’s intro sequence making it appear to be shot in San Francisco, the series was actually filmed in a Burbank studio.) 

Fans gather to take photos at 1709 Broderick St., the house depicted in the filming of the TV show, “Full House,” after the sudden death of comedian Bob Saget in San Francisco, Calif., on Monday, January 10, 2022. San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images
One of four bedrooms. Lunghi Studio
The home measures in at 3,700 square feet. Aerial Canvas
The garden. Lunghi Studio

The property last sold for $5.35 million in November 2020 and has not been on the market since, although a bizarre, fraudulent listing advertised that the property was up for sale with a price tag of $37 million in 2022. 

Built in 1900, the three-story residence is located in the Pacific Heights neighborhood and underwent an extensive remodeling by architect Richard Landry in 2019. Today, its 3,700 interior square feet are thoroughly modern, with clean white walls, contemporary fixtures, high ceilings, crown moldings and large bay windows throughout.

In all, it offers four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, one half-bathroom, a two-car garage and a backyard with what press materials describe as a “private mini-English garden” — featuring concrete stones bearing handprints from the “Full House” cast, including the late Bob Saget and John Stamos. 

Concrete stones bearing handprints from the show’s cast. Lunghi Studio
The home was built in 1900. Lunghi Studio
The stylish kitchen. Lunghi Studio
The residence underwent an extensive renovation in 2019. Lunghi Studio
The property last sold for $5.35 million in November 2020. Aerial Canvas
The cast of “Full House” on July 1, 1987. Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images

The main floor has an open layout living room, a dining area and a kitchen

Upstairs is the primary bedroom with an ensuite bath and two additional bedrooms, which share a full bathroom. 

On the lowest level is the garage, as well as a small fitness room, a wet bar-equipped den, laundry, a guest bedroom and garden access. 

“What makes this property special is the design that was used to open up what is a typical Victorian home with closed-off spaces into something that feels more like the modern homes being built today,”  Rachel Swann of The Swann Group, Coldwell Banker Realty, who holds the listing, told The Post. “Due to the home’s place in pop culture, showings are available by appointment only to pre-qualified buyers.”

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