1709 Broderick Street: The Full House Facade

The Lower Pacific Heights Victorian at 1709 Broderick Street, which served as the façade of the Tanner’s ‘Full House‘ home, has just sold for $4 million.

Designed by Charles Lewis Hinkel and built in 1883, the home previously traded hands for $1.85 million in 2006, after which it was renovated, remodeled and expanded (down) to encompass 2,985 square feet of finished living space and a gate was added to keep the Full Housians, and Uncle Jesse, away from the repainted front door.

And while listed for $4.15 million this past May, the sale, which closed escrow this morning, will officially be considered to have been “at asking” according to all industry stats as the list price for the home was changed to $4 million this morning as well.

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by haighter

    gorgeous! hopefully it won’t be white-boxed

  2. Posted by Stop Driving

    That’s a heafty price for a home that guarantees a lack of privacy and throngs or tourists every single day. Lovely neighborhood, though.

    • Posted by AnonAnon

      Does that house really get that many tourists checking it out?

      • Posted by Neighbor in 94115

        Its popularity has picked up over the past year, probably due to the release and marketing of Fuller House.

        It’s rare for there not to be a carload of people out front taking selfies on the weekends, a little less so during the week.

      • Posted by Stop Driving

        I live a few blocks away and always see people out front taking pictures when I walk by. It’s much more popular than the Grateful Dead house.

  3. Posted by Stop Driving

    That kitchen floor, though.

    • Posted by Notcom

      The kitchen seems quite cramped: proximity of work centers is nice, but so is a little aisle room….I fear milady’s bustle might catch flame while she’s bathing hers hands in the sink.

  4. Posted by johny

    Hmm, great exterior but can’t say I love the interior – it’s a bit too busy for my tastes.

  5. Posted by ugh

    Kitchen has that big sink you’ll need when the inevitable violent floor induced vertigo sends your stomach flying

  6. Posted by Fishchum

    Damn, that show really sucked. Nice house, though. Price seems a little steep for that location.

  7. Posted by R

    Might be a nice house, can’t tell with all the crap everywhere.

  8. Posted by Ohmy

    I got dizzy looking at the pics.

  9. Posted by Conifer

    At least the people have bookcases filled with books, an uncommon sign of literacy in a remodel. It appears the stager decided that books are too intimidating, so there are pictures hung in front of some of them. This is a practice up with which no bibliophile would put.

    The problem with this house is the number of tourists, which also brings double-parked cars.

  10. Posted by Easwuud

    Gaudy interior, lack of privacy and parking. What’s not to like?

  11. Posted by Stop Driving

    The house was bought by Full House creator, Jeff Franklin. He’s got some interesting plans for the home, according to Variety.

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