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‘Full House’ home in San Francisco back on housing market, on sale for $37 million

SAN FRANCISCO – The iconic house in San Francisco that appears in the classic comedy series “Full House” returns to the market for 37 million dollars.

The house is located on Broderick Street, which appears in the opening credits just before each episode, has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

This house is different from the iconic Painted Ladies, which also appears in the series’ introduction and theme song.

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According to property records, the home was last sold in November for just over $ 5 million.

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The exterior of the “Full House” in San Francisco is known to appear in the TV series, but the interior looks completely different.

We have no rights to the photos of the interior, but you can check it out at Zillow.

It looks like the owners did a total renovation.

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Full House fans in San Francisco remember Bob Saget in a location that has become iconic among fans, the Full House.

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