Now, all your family-friendly ’90s dreams can come true – if you’ve got a spare $4.1 million.
The 1883 Charles Lewis Hinkel-designed home in San Francisco that was featured in the long-running sitcom, “Full House,” has officially hit the market.
But even if you are not a fan of Uncle Joey’s antics, this Victorian has a lot to offer. The three-story townhouse, located at 1709 Broderick, includes three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths and 3,125 square feet of living space. It’s also perfect for book lovers with built-in shelving galore, according to Curbed.
The house also comes with all those wonderful 19th-centruy details, like high ceilings, crown molding, an eat-in island kitchen and three marble-faced fireplaces. It was decorated by Courtnay Haden Daniels.