The Real-Life “Full House” Home Is For Sale in San Francisco

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo / Published by Dwell

Gone is the red door—but you'll still recognize this home's famous facade from the opening credits of the ’90s hit series.

You know the familiar Victorian facade, but you won't recognize the interiors. The popular ’90s sitcom Full House was filmed on a soundstage, however the San Francisco Victorian depicted as the Tanner family home is now for sale via a pocket listing with The Agency (price available upon request). The current owner of the home is none other than Jeff Franklin—the creative and executive director of both Full House and Fuller House.

Gone is the red door, but home's Victorian facade still looks the same. 

Photo by Christopher Stark

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Franklin purchased the 3,728-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath Victorian in 2016. It was originally built in 1883 by architect Charles Hinkel Lewis, although it recently received a thorough contemporary renovation by Richard Landry. 

The renovation preserved the home's architecturally significant details and classic period charm while introducing an open floor plan, new skylights, wide-plank hardwood floors, and tiled bathrooms. The updated kitchen features Calcutta Oro marble, Viking appliances, and some very on-trend deep blue paint. 

The parlor floor is bright with high ceilings and lots of natural light.

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An elegant sitting room lies just off the entryway.

Photo by Christopher Stark

Large bay windows fill the interior with daylight.

Photo by Christopher Stark

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A marble fireplace anchors this sitting area. Two doors lead back to the open-plan living/dining/kitchen area. 

Photo by Christopher Stark

The main level features a bold blue kitchen illuminated by skylights.

Photo by Christopher Stark

The kitchen has custom cabinetry, Calacatta Oro Marble, designer lighting, and high-end Viking appliances.

Photo by Christopher Stark

The kitchen overlooks a living/dining room.

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The dining area. 

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The top-floor master suite features a walk-in closet and a stylish bathroom.

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Details of the master bedroom headboard and side table.

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The master bath features penny tiles on the floor. 

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The stylish glass-enclosed shower features two contrasting types of tile. 

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The second bedroom. 

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The guest bath features two sinks and lots of marble. 

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The lower level features a flexible space with a large bedroom and a full bath.

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There is also a den with a wet bar that opens to a patio and a sculpted English garden.

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The backyard. 

Photo by Christopher Stark

1709 Broderick Street is currently listed by Rachel Swann of The Agency and Cindy Ambuehl of Compass. Price available upon request.

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