One of San Francisco's most iconic homes is currently on the market. Whether you're a Full House superfan or just a lover of all things Victorian, you're sure to recognize this onw.
The "Painted Ladies" is a row of seven colorful Victorian homes that escalate Steiner Street in San Francisco, CA. Each home follows Queen Anne architectural style, characterized by distinct features like gingerbread gables and stained-glass paneling. The homes' street has become a wildly popular tourist spot, but not just for the rich architecture and city views it offers. The homes are most commonly recognized for being shown in the opening credits of the late '80s sitcom Full House. However, none of these homes was actually where the Tanner family resided. The home with the red door, where the show filmed exterior shots, is located a few blocks away on Broderick Street. Full House creator Jeff Franklin put that house on the market in spring 2019.
Still, the "Painted Ladies" are arguably some of the most recognizable houses in the country. Now, one of the seven homes is selling for $275,000,000 (see the listing here). Located at 714 Steiner Street, this three-story, 2,849 square-foot-house embodies the heart of the Bay Area and offers stunning views of the city at all three levels. The house boasts a two car garage (not too shabby for city living!), that "includes an abundance of space for storage or expansion possibilities." Not to mention, the home is across the street from Alamo Square Park, which was also shown in Full House) and is perfect for families with young kids.
While you can't actually buy the fictional house that TV showed Stephanie Tanner driving right into the kitchen in, or the home Danny Tanner so meticulously cleaned, this "Painted Lady" is still a huge portion of San Francisco's history. And let's be real—an admirable work of design!
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