The house used in the exterior shot in the opening credits of the popular 90’s sitcom “Full House” is on the market.
According to NBC Bay Area, the San Francisco Victorian-style pad is going for a whopping $4-million U.S. As Uncle Jesse would say, “Have mercy!”
But the sale doesn’t come without some debate. There’s a discrepancy over which house is the real one featured in the show. Two of them are currently for sale, but if you pull up a quick search using Google Street View, it’s clear the one located on Broderick Street is the real deal.
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