The ‘Full House’ Home Is Now Up for Sale, and OMG That *Kitchen*

If you grew up in the ’80s or ’90s, then you probably know the Full House home like the back of your hand. Well (good news!), the iconic Tanner residence is currently for sale, and no, this is not a drill.

Jeff Franklin, who is the show’s creator and homeowner, recently listed the San Francisco property for just under $6 million, according to While the newly-renovated residence is widely recognized for its exterior, it’s important to point out that the interior is completely different from what we see on the show, since it was shot on a set—not in the actual house. Got it, dude?

The actual home was built in 1883 and was designed by Richard Landry. It has four bedrooms and four bathrooms.

The house includes a modern entryway, featuring a sitting area and a stairway leading to the second level.

The wood-laden kitchen features dark blue tones and gold accents, all of which are set against a bright white backsplash. Although it’s a complete 180 from the traditional-style kitchen seen on Full House, at least there’s no extra door for Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) to sneak through.

Oh, and how could we forget about the backyard, which backs up directly to the neighbors, just like the Tanners.

Cut. It. Out.

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