The San Francisco home featured in “Full House” is now available to rent. But the $13,950 monthly rental price might deter even the biggest Tanner fans.
The 1883 Italianate villa at 1709 Broderick St., near Pine St., was put on the market in May with a $4.15 million sale price. But now it’s available for rent with an equally eye-popping rate.
The home’s exterior, then painted white, was used as the Tanner family’s residence in the original show, though the interior was a Burbank set. The shots were used again in the recent “Fuller House” reboot on Netflix.
The home itself is an elegant gem, according to Vanguard Properties’ Ed Deleski, who told SFGATE in May, “I think part of the specialness is a lot of the Italianate architectural detailing that the owner has gone above and beyond to preserve and make it spectacular. The house has an amazing feel that you cannot re-create today.”
The home is listed at 2,985 square feet, and has three bedrooms and 3.5
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A splendid 1883 Italianate San Francisco Victorian with an exterior many know because it appeared for a brief moment in the 80s sitcom “Full House” and Netflix’s newer “Fuller House” sequel has gone on the market for $4.15 million.
But the interior of 1709 Broderick looks nothing like the home inhabited by widowed father (Bob Saget), his three adorable daughters, best friend (Dave Coulier) and brother-in-law (John Stamos).
That’s because “Full House” was shot in a Burbank studio while this three-bedroom home designed by Charles Lewis Hinkel has been lived in by owners who’ve taken extra care to maintain its original details and pristine architecture.
The interior is sophisticated and its 11-foot-ceilings, beautiful doors and original molding give it timeless elegance.
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