Full House remains for most us the pinnacle of childhood aspirations for the family we wanted to have and wanted to be in. Who didn't want to hang out with Uncle Jessie, Sassy Stephanie and Michelle?! We definitely did!
As sad is it that we will have to accept the fact that we will never get to experience life as a Tanner, one thing we can now experience is the opportunity to now live in the famed family terrace seen in the credits at the beginning of every episode!
The beautiful family home become as synonymous with the show as it did for launching the careers of the Olsen twins. However, despite the house becoming super famous the show was actually filmed in a TV studio in Burbank, California but the exterior of the home was definitely located in San Francisco and is now yours to rent!!
The house in real life is known as the Charles Lewis Hinkel home and is located at 1708 Broderick Street in San Francisco and it will set you back a cool US $13,950 a month to rent... but the legacy associated with it is priceless of course! The house has three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and is designed in a beautiful Italianate, Victorian style.
Argggh looks like we are going to have to start saving to even get a foot in the door... literally!
Take a peek at what the house has to offer below.
Photo Credits-ABC Television and Vanguard Properties