There’s a little piece of TV history up for grabs — if you’ve got a cool $4 million laying around. The iconic Tanner house, featured in the intro for the 80s/90s TV smash Full House, is on the market, NBC News has learned.
While all scenes for Full House were shot on the Warner Brothers lot in Burbank, the Victorian house now for sale was featured during the opening credits of the sitcom — which launched the career of The Olsen Twins when it ran on ABC between 1987-1995. Built in 1906, the “Painted Ladies” structure is located at 722 Steiner St. in San Francisco’s “Alamo Square,” and should only be priced at $1.5 million — based on sales figures for surrounding properties. Of course, its place in pop culture history gives 1906 Steiner the right to demand only the highest bidders.
“I’m looking forward to finding the next guardian for this special home,” says real-estate agent Bonnie Spindler, who is listing the house.
We wonder if Uncle Joey still lives in the basement…..