A Victorian house in San Francisco that was used in the popular series “Full House” has been sold by the creator of the show for over $5 million.
Jeff Franklin, who was also an executive producer of the hit production, sold the three-story house for $5,350,000. The mansion was only used for exterior shots in the series, which was filmed from 1987 to 1995 before its sequel titled Netflix launched in 2016 “Fuller House”.
Franklin had owned the house since 2016 and planned to renovate the building to make it look exactly like it appeared on TV. Neighbors opposed this, fearing the mass of tourists. The show’s creator finally gave up and put the house up for sale last summer.
In the gallery you can see what the house looks like inside.