SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - We've recently learned the San Francisco home made popular by the television sitcom 'Full House' was purchased this fall by the show's creator Jeff Franklin, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Lower Pacific Heights Victorian home at 1709 Broderick Street has close to 3,000 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and a one car garage.
Although we had reported the home was purchased - the owner's name had not previously been released.
Franklin purchased the home for about $4 million.
Franklin told The Hollywood Reporter he's planning to model the inside of the home after the interior that's featured on the show. According to the report, Franklin hopes to film some scenes of Fuller House, which airs on Netflix, at the home. Read the full report on The HollywoodReporter.com
The home was available to rent for a cool $13,950 a month earlier this fall. Have Mercy! However, it appears the listing is no longer available on Vanguard Properties.