TV’s ‘Full House’ home is staying in the Tanner family

It was on the market for more than $4 million

FILE - This May 27, 2016, file photo, shows a Victorian home, center, in San Francisco, made famous by the television show "Full House." The home was sold to producer Jeff Franklin, who created the show. The veteran TV producer bought the 3-bedroom Victorian, which was on the market for over $4 million, in August. The realtor had declined to say at the time who bought the home, which is in San Francisco's Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood. The home's exterior was used as the Tanner family's residence in the original show. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg,File)

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The San Francisco home featured in television’s “Full House” has sold to the producer who created the show.

KGO-TV reports veteran TV producer Jeff Franklin bought the 3-bedroom Victorian in August.

It was on the market for more than $4 million.

The real estate agent had declined to say who bought the home in San Francisco’s lower Pacific Heights neighborhood.

The home’s exterior was used as the Tanner family’s residence in the original show.

Inside scenes were filmed on a set in Burbank, California.

The shots were used again in the recent “Fuller House” reboot of the show on Netflix.

The report says the new owner plans to repaint the front door red, just like in the original show.

Previous owners had painted it a seafoam green.


Information from: KGO-TV.


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