Were you a fan of the hit TV show, Full House? Did you ever wonder if the fictitious Tanner family’s home on set matched the interior of the charming San Francisco Victorian used in the establishing shots and the intro? Wonder no more.
If you follow me on Instagram, you might have already seen that I recently closed the deal for one of my buyers to purchase this iconic property, and in the course of the transaction became very familiar with this beautiful home.
I am holding the keys to the Full House house!! Made a quick trip up to San Francisco yesterday for the close of escrow! So happy to have closed the deal on this iconic home for my buyer! #FullHouse #fullerhouse #sanfrancisco #realestate #lovemyjob #welcomehome #tvlandmark #tvhistory #victorianhouse
This beautiful Victorian was originally built in 1883 and the seller of this home was renowned designer Courtnay Haden Daniels. It was Daniels who painted the exterior a gorgeous aubergine color and allowed the ornamental details that are so typical of the Victorian style to really pop.
The seafoam green doors are a beautiful compliment to the color scheme.
No walking into an 80s style living room at this home. The formal entry greets guests and the beautifully appointed living room and library are beyond elegant.
The Tanner’s version (this photo, slightly different for the new Netflix series, Fuller House) is very different from the way the house really looks.
The kitchen looks nothing like the Tanner kitchen.
This stunning the eat-in kitchen features a massive island, plenty of cabinet space, and a black-and-white-striped floor—not to mention a full wine refrigerator.
The 2,985 square feet, the home is comprised of three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths including a master suite with a walk-in closet and a marble fireplace.
One of the more delightful surprises at this home? The beautiful English style garden in the backyard.
There are fans who are incredibly devoted to the show, one of whom has created floor-plan renderings of the fictitious Tanner home. Check these out to compare to the real floor plan.
Compare that to this fictional floorplan:
Congratulations to my buyer, who is lucky enough to have gotten both an example of beautiful Victorian architecture and a little piece of TV history!
Speaking of Full House and Fuller House, the creator of these shows currently has a home for sale in the Hollywood Hills. It is pretty spectacular and the architectural opposite of a Victorian. Super modern and sleek with phenomenal views of Los Angeles.