The ‘Full House’ home might become a ‘Full House’ attraction and we’re already planning to visit
This past May, a house in San Francisco went up for sale. This wasn’t just any house, mind you. This was the Tanner house from Full House. You know, just one of the most iconic houses in television history. The price tag was not cheap. But that didn’t stop Jeff Franklin, the creator of Full House, from purchasing the building for a whopping $4 million.
As Jeff Franklin told the Hollywood Reporter:
Jeff Franklin wants to share the Full House love with the rest of us, so he’s making some changes to the place. The front door is being repainted, back from seafoam green to its iconic Full House red so the hundreds of fans who drop by every day can take snaps in front of it.
He’s also going to redecorate the digs so it looks like the Tanners still live there. So next time you’re in San Francisco, you will be able to stop by 1709 Broderick St. in San Francisco’s Lower Pacific Heights and take ALL the 90s nostalgia selfies.
The awesomeness doesn’t stop there. Franklin is hoping to shoot the third season of the Netflix reboot Fuller House INSIDE the actual Tanner house.
And Franklin has a SUPER fun idea re: how to celebrate Full House’s 30th anniversary, which falls on September 22nd, 2017.
No word yet re: whether fans can actually go INSIDE the house at any point. But Franklin seems pretty set on renovating this house to give the fans what they want. We have faith that he’ll do right by us TGIF fangirls.