The stunning, historic, real-life San Francisco home, that served as the exterior of the Tanner residence on Full House, has been the dream house of many. Every Friday we’d would tune in to see what antics they would all get into, but there was also something comforting about their surroundings, making us feel like part of the family. And while the Full House days are gone, the Full House house still stands. And now it can be yours to rent … if you happen to have an extra $168,000 lying around.
A Craigslist ad for the property, located at Broderick Street and Pine, in San Francisco, recently revealed that the impressive three-story Victorian home is rentable — for a cool $13,950 per month. The owners, who purchased the property earlier this year for $4 million, are asking potential tenants to sign a one-year lease.
But if you’re interested in stepping through the doors and walking into the TGIF home of your dreams, think again. The interior is nothing like what you remember from the ’90s (because that’s all in a studio, thanks to TV magic). That’s not to say the home isn’t gorgeous now because it totally is. But it would take great imagination to remember what it once was. (Or, we suppose, you can just watch old episodes or Fuller House.)
So if you’re thinking of ponying up some serious dough, and are OK with the house shattering the Full House illusion, check out these photos. Just be ready for something very, very different than where Danny, Jesse, Joey, D.J., Stephanie, Michelle and Rebecca lived. One thing we can confirm, though: no Kimmy Gibblers.
Here’s what the actual ‘Full House’ house looks like on the inside
Living roomWell, that's a little more formal that what the Tanners (and Katsopolises and Gladstone) are used to.Craigslist
OfficeIf D.J. and Stephanie needed to get any homework done, there isn't a bit of table for them to work on it.Craigslist
Sitting areaWe'll take the cozy family room from the show over this cold corner any day.Craigslist
DenHmm, this must be where Joey would hang out.Craigslist
LibraryHave mercy, that's a lot of books.Craigslist
Dinette areaThe kitchen is the hub of the home and this is a kitchen we can get on board with. It might not have all the kitschy warmth of the Tanner house but we'll take this any day. Plus, you know that wine would come in handy for the grown-ups.Craigslist
KitchenThis is a space Danny's ex, Vicky, would've loved to cook in.Craigslist
HallwayThe staircase is the most normal area of the house.Craigslist
Master bedroomJesse and Rebecca would've tried to boot Danny out of his room if they had this to work with.Craigslist
Master bedroom sitting areaCut. It. Out. How are there more books?!Craigslist
Bedroom #2A beautiful room for two princesses like Stephanie and Michelle. Craigslist
Bedroom #3It's smaller and bird-ier but at least D.J. would've had the space to herself.Craigslist
BasementHere's where Jesse, Rebecca and the twins would be. Not too shabby.Craigslist
WalkoutPlus they'd have a separate entrance to escape the Tanner shenanigans.Craigslist
BackyardThey even have their own backyard oasis...Craigslist
Patio area... which they presumably would've had to share. But since they already shared everything, what's one more thing?Craigslist