Back in 2016, when Full House/Fuller House creator Jeff Franklin bought the iconic San Francisco Victorian home that the fictional Tanner family resides in, his plan was to use it for filming and cast events and eventually to rent it out to the public. Plans change, though, and now Franklin has retrofitted and remodeled the four-bedroom, four-bathroom home and put it on the market, where it's being represented by none other than Mauricio Umansky's firm The Agency in conjunction with Compass.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills husband and power agent traveled to San Francisco Thursday to show off the property on his Instagram Stories.
"It’s been completely refurbished and it’s absolutely stunning," he remarked.
“I think it’s impeccably done,” neighbor Brynna Gianos told the publication, which noted that this property could be the highest sale in the history of the tony Pacific Heights neighborhood. “But there’s definitely always a crowd outside. I’ve seen as many as 30.”
Let's take a closer look at what the inside of the Full House Victorian looks like now!
Built in 1883 by Charles Hinkel Lewis, this Victorian mansion has been restored and updated with 2019 smart home technology.
The master bedroom has an adorably San Francisco window nook for reading and plotting world domination.
The family room also has a dining area that's adjacent to the kitchen. The way it's staged now strikes a perfect balance between elegance and relaxed.
The kitchen is this home's true showstopper. "Look at the beautiful color, how it turned out!" Mauricio marveled.
Decked in Calacatta Oro marble, this could be one of the most opulent bathrooms in the whole city.
If this looks like a tiny backyard for such a huge price, welcome to San Francisco!
Photos: The Agency
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