The Victorian home made recognizable by the popular sitcom Full House is now for sale for $4.15 million — according to reports on Saturday.

‘Full House’ Home Now On The Market For $4.15 Million

The former Full House home is located at 1709 Broderick Street in San Francisco’s Lower Pacific Heights, and has recently undergone a few changes since the show last aired.

The once gray exterior has been painted a regal indigo color, and the classic Full House red door has been painted green.

The house — built in 1883 — opens to a foyer with a narrow staircase, next to a hall that runs parallel to the living room and into the family room.

The home is measured at 2,985 square feet, holds three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, and a master suite with a walk-in closet and a marble fireplace.

The kitchen features a large island, wide cabinet space, and a full wine refrigerator.

The lower level holds a den that opens to an outdoor terrace and lawn, and a full bath, laundry facilities, and access to a single-car garage.

The famed house appeared in the Full House opening credits and multiple scenes throughout the show’s eight seasons, yet most of the series was filmed in Warner Bros. Studio in Burbank, California.

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