The home that served as the exterior for the hit ABC sitcom “Full House” and the recent Neflix reboot “Fuller House” has sold for $4 million after about two-and-a-half months on the market, according to Realtor.com staffer Judy Dutton.
The 3,125-square-foot, three-bedroom, four-bathroom Victorian home in San Francisco was listed at $4,150,000. So why’d it go for less than asking?
“I’m not surprised at all that the home sold for under asking,” says Texas Realtor® Wendy Flynn. “Many sellers suffer from the ‘endowment effect,’ which is thinking our possessions are worth more than they are in reality. This is especially true when sellers have a unique property.”
Also, some of the rooms featured “very taste-specific décor” that could have limited its buyer audience, says Florida Realtor Cara Ameer. “Some of the rooms appeared to have a bit too much furniture, which could have made it appear smaller and cluttered.”