Full House Creator Buys Full House House

Jeff Franklin hopes to someday rent it out to the public
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 1, 2016 12:31 PM CST
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A Victorian home made famous by the television show "Full House" is seen Friday, May 27, 2016, in San Francisco.   (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

(Newser) – The "Full House house," aka the San Francisco Victorian at 1709 Broderick St. used in the opening credits of the iconic sitcom and its sequel, went on the market in May for $4.15 million—and, in the perfect happy ending, the creator of Full House bought it in a deal for around $4 million that closed this fall. "I'm so sentimental about the house," TV producer Jeff Franklin tells the Hollywood Reporter. "Seriously, I love owning this house." Franklin notes that work needs to be done on the home, which was built in 1883, after which point he plans to decorate the interior to match the sets of the show. Ultimately, he'll do some filming at the house for scenes to be used in Fuller House, and then plans to someday rent it out to the public. (Read more Full House stories.)

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