The Tanner Family’s ‘Full House’ Is Up For Rent for $13,950 A Month
All You Gotta Say Is: You Got It Dude!
[otw_shortcode_dropcap label=”I” font=”Bowlby One SC” color_class=”otw-black-text” background_color_class=”otw-no-background” size=”large” border_color_class=”otw-no-border-color”][/otw_shortcode_dropcap]f you were one of those gazillion fans who watched the spin-off of Full House (now Fuller House) on Netflix this year, then you’ll be happy to know that a little piece of this 80’s television history is up for rent. Yes, the Tanner family home that opens the show’s credits is looking for dwellers. At $13,950 a month and a deposit of $27,000, the move will probably have most potential tenants chant, “Have mercy.” But, it’s San Francisco, where a three-bedroom rental can easily run up to $10,000 a month. Plus, Tanner trouble don’t come cheap.
Located at the corner of Broderick and Pine Street, the Victorian home whose façade was used in the exterior shots in Full House sold for $4 million in August, this year. The present owners only lived in the house for a couple of months before putting it out on rent. Built in 1883, the 2,985 sq. ft. home has three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and a one-car garage with a private backyard. There’s plenty of living and entertaining space, even if you’re a family the size of Tanner’s with three kids, two uncles with a pesky friend who often drops by unannounced.
The listing shows elevated ceilings with classical Victorian detailing, an office, a library and an eat-in kitchen with high-end appliances like a six-burner cook top and a full-sized wine refrigerator. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and two full baths.
The family room on the ground level comes with a full bath and leads to the outdoor space. The property’s selling point is its exquisitely manicured, English-style garden with an easy upkeep, gardener included. The home is also close to all the fun stuff in San Fran—chic dining and the extensive shopping along Divisadero Street. The home’s décor has gilded finishes and muted walls, a sharp contrast to the retro scheme shown on the sitcom and of course, the famous red door is now painted a pale shade of green.
Although the pictures on the listing show a furnished home, it comes unfurnished as a part of the rental agreement. The blank canvas should give fans a chance to relive the sitcom experience, maybe throw in a plaid couch, like the one Danny Tanner was painfully attached to. Fuller House was recently renewed for season two on Netflix. So in the off-chance that you do rent this home, be prepared to run into multiple generations of fans and tourists on the street.
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