The ‘Full House’ Home Can Now Be Yours – You’ll Be AMAZED at the Interior

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Fans of Full House are familiar with this San Francisco home, where the Tanner family lived. The show ran from 1987 to 1995, and gathered a huge audience that keeps it in syndication till today. It might disappoint those fans to know that this house was a ‘front’ used in the opening credits to establish the Tanners as San Franciscans, while the real interiors were shot in a Burbank studio.
Nevertheless, the home is still iconic. And now, that old Victorian home, at 1709 Broderick Street, is for sale. All you need is $4.15 million – peanuts!
Before you write that check, though, let’s look inside, shall we?
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New Exterior

The exterior is new – notice the gate, for instance. There’s been a new paint job. The double doors are different, too.
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Back Yard

Before we go inside, let’s take a look at the back yard. Lovely and intimate – very Mediterranean.
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Welcome!

The Tanner home’s real name is the Charles Lewis Hinkel home, and it was built in 1883. It has survived earthquake, hippies and the Warriors losing the NBA Finals to Cleveland.
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Sitting Room

Gotta sit somewhere, right? Just imagine Charles Lewis Hinkel thinking deep thoughts.
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Dining Room

This absolutely would not be enough space for the Tanners to eat. Maybe the Halliwell sisters, but that’s another San Francisco Victorian home altogether.
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Starcase

Don’t get your head stuck in the railing!
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Marble Fireplace

This house is pretty much filled with marble fireplaces. It’s part of what makes this an Italianate Victorian home.
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Den With Fireplace

Love this den! And here’s another fireplace. It does get chilly in San Francisco.
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Master Bedroom

Here’s where you can make your own earthquake.
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Kitchen

This looks more like a small restaurant’s kitchen than a home’s kitchen. No doubt Charles Lewis Hinkel threw some great dinner parties!
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Office

Here’s where you’ll be signing that $4.15 million check.
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‘Blue Room’ / Den

And here’s the upstairs den, so you can think deep thoughts whether you’re upstairs or downstairs. Isn’t that convenient?
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Bedroom

Here’s another bedroom. Ducks are optional.
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Rec Room

Here you can play Twister, make origami, hack the Government or whatever San Franciscans do for fun.
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