Living like a Tanner comes with a hefty price tag!
The San Francisco home featured in the hit television series "Full House" and the Netflix spinoff "Fuller House" is available to rent for $13,950 a month.
Built in 1883, the 2,985 square-foot, three bedroom, 3.5 bathroom house is located at 1709 Broderick St in San Francisco, California. It was previously on sale for $4.15 million, according to the SF Gate.
Vanguard Properties, which was at one point overseeing the sale of the home, released brand new photos of the home's interior. As fans might recall, only the exterior portion of the home, at the time painted white, was used in the original show and consequently in the Netflix spinoff. The actual inside of the Tanner residence was a studio set in Burbank, California.
Meanwhile, Hugh Hefner's iconic Playboy Mansion officially sold in August for a whopping $100 million!
Hefner's five-acre home in Holmby Hills, California, went on the market with an asking price of $200 million back in January, and it was noted that no matter who purchased the party palace, the 90-year-old magazine publisher and founder of Playboy Enterprises, 90, would continue to live there until his death.