Asking price for 'Full House' home cut by $250K

A San Francisco home made famous in the hugely popular sitcom "Full House" is still on the market. 

The four-bedroom Victorian house which sits on Broderick Street was featured in the TV show's opening credits. 

The home went up for sale in May and was listed just under $6 million. 

Since then, there have been no buyers for the 3,728-square-foot property that has been renovated and seismically retrofitted, Deadline reports. 

The show's creator, Jeff Franklin, currently owns the home has reduced the asking price by $250,000.