If you always wanted to walk through the same front door as Uncle Jesse and the Tanner gang did on “Full House,” now is your chance, as long as you have a cool $4 million to spend.
The San Francisco home made famous when “Full House” used its front doors and exterior as the shot for the home of the fictional Tanner family is now up for sale for $4.15 million.
The Victorian home, located on Broderick Street, is described by the owner’s realtors as a “rare piece of San Francisco history.” The home became a fan destination after it was seen every week in the opening theme song of “Full House" and saw renewed fan interest when it was seen again in the show's Netflix reboot, "Fuller House."
Fans often line Broderick Street to get a glimpse of the home, even though the home is not the actual set for either “Full House” or “Fuller House."
“I’ve had little kids ask me if I’ve seen John Stamos,” one of the home's neighbors, Mary Risley, told “GMA” in April, referring to the star who played Uncle Jesse. “I’ve had people ask me if it’s a museum."
The home’s listing agent, Ed Deleski with Vanguard Properties, declined to comment to ABC News when asked if the sightseeing crowds played a role in the current owner’s desire to sell.
The home’s iconic front door is now a different shade than the red seen on “Full House.” The property is described as “sophisticated, comfortable, and timeless” and contains three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths.