The San Francisco home made famous by the 1980s TV show "Full House" is empty and needs to be filled up -- by a deep-pocketed buyer. Better known as the Tanner house on the 1980s sitcom, the property can be picked up for $4,150,000.
The show, which now has a spin-off, " Fuller House" on Netflix, starred Bob Saget as Danny Tanner, a widower who recruits his brother-in-law, rocker Jesse (the dreamy John Stamos), and his best friend, Joey (Dave Coulier), to help with the task of raising his three children in the City by the Bay.
The show that launched the Olsen twins to fame (they alternated playing the youngest daughter) also made this lower Pacific Heights building a recognizable pop culture landmark. While the show was filmed on a studio soundstage in Burbank, CA, the home's exterior was featured in the title sequence and establishing shots.
In "Fuller House," daughter D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure) has moved back into the family home, but this time the studio built a replica.
The 19th-century residence had a long history before its TV debut. The Broderick Street address was constructed in 1883 by Charles Lewis Hinkel, and stands as one of the city's "finest examples of Italianate, Victorian architecture," according to the listing.
The 3,125-square-foot, three-bedroom, four-bathroom home features soaring ceilings; an office; an updated, eat-in kitchen; and a classically designed garden.
Fan or not of the show, you can fill up the house with a family -- and heck, maybe even a brother-in-law. Especially if it's Jesse.