The San Francisco home made famous on the ABC sitcom “Full House” and the Netlfix reboot “Fuller House” has hit the market, but most fans of the show won’t be able to afford it. The Lower Pacific Heights house, which served as the exterior on the 1980s sitcom, has a price tag of $4.15 million, reports Daniel Goldstein of MarketWatch.
The Italianate Victorian home, built in 1883, was featured prominently on the show, but the interior shots were filmed in a Southern California television studio. The home is 2,500 square feet, has three bedrooms, and three-and-a-half baths. It includes a walk-out landscaped rear garden, three marble fireplaces, built-in bookshelves, stainless steel appliances and a wine cabinet that can fit over 100 bottles.
The three-story home, designed by Charles Lewis Hinkel, a prominent San Francisco home builder in the Pacific Heights and Western Addition neighborhoods, was last sold for $1.85 million in April 2006, according to Zillow.com. If the property were to sell at the $4.15 million listing price, a 30-year mortgage (given a 20% down payment of $830,000 and a 30-year fixed rate of 3.77%) would be a monthly payment of $17,250, not including monthly payments of property taxes and insurance of about $1,830), Zillow estimated. In 1990, while the show was filming, the house sold for a mere $725,000, according to Zillow.