Whatever happened to cheap real estate?
The Tanners' red-doored Victorian "painted lady" home has become a San Francisco landmark thanks to Full House (and now Fuller House). So in honor of the release of the new sitcom, PopSugar investigated how much the Tanners' home would be worth in 2016.
Real estate agent Regine Familet estimates that due to being in a prime area in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood and thanks to San Fran's notoriously inflated market, the house is easily worth upwards of $3 million.
"A four-bedroom Victorian with attic and multiple outdoor spaces on one of the best blocks in Lower Pac Heights can easily fetch over $3 million in today's market, and with the right renovations (more bathrooms!) and possible expansion — much, much more," Regine says.
Data from average sale prices in 2015 show similar homes in the neighborhood racked up $3.846 million, she adds.
More shockingly, the Tanners would've spent around just $441,929 to purchase the house in the early '90s.
Danny Tanner could've made a pretty bundle on his home had it not been for that pesky Netflix reboot.