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A San Francisco location that played a role in sitcom history is now on the market.
According to a Mashable report, the property on 1709 Broderick Street in San Francisco that was used as the exterior of the Tanner household on the long-running series “Full House” is now on the market. Of course, the full property played no role on “Full House” because the show’s interiors were shot on a Hollywood soundstage. And, not unlike the stars of that program, the property looks nothing like it did when “Full House” first aired in 1987: the exterior is now blue and the iconic red double doors with glass insets have been replaced with blue solid doors.
The property is still a popular destination for sight-seers in San Francisco—the house gained national headlines last year when “Full House” star John Stamos stopped by and went unrecognized by tourists at the site—and it was last on the market in 2006, when it sold for $1.85 million. Today, it is being listed for $4.15 million.