Although it might not be instantly recognizable without its signature red door, this San Francisco Victorian is where the Tanner Family called home. The exterior facade was notoriously shown during the Full House opening credits as the humble abode of Danny and his daughters. While the outside may look familiar, the interior is a far departure from what you remember from the 90s sitcom. The 1883 dwelling was purchased in 2016 by the show's creator Jeff Franklin and has since undergone an extensive renovation. Original details are now accompanied by wide-plank oak floors, contemporary fixtures, and sleek furnishings. The 3,728-square-foot interior features four bedrooms, marble-lined bathrooms, a striking blue kitchen with Calacatta Oro Marble counters, and Viking appliances. On the exterior, an outdoor terrace leads to a Kimmy Gibbler-free sculpted English garden.
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