The iconic San Francisco Victorian that serves as the Tanner family home in the beloved series Full House and its recent reboot, Fuller House, can now be yours. The real-life house, whose exterior is seen in the opening credits of the shows, sold this Summer for $4 million (which is right around where we estimated its worth at earlier this year), and just a month later the new owners have relisted it as a rental property. The price tag? A whopping $14,000 a month!
The home was built in 1883, making it among the oldest in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood where it resides, and is a stunning example of Italianate-style Victorian architecture. It boasts three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and almost 3,000 square feet of sophisticated living space. In addition, there's an office, an eat-in kitchen, and oodles of beautiful period details, including three marble fireplaces, soaring ceilings, and stunning molding throughout.
Interior designer Courtnay Daniels Haden previously owned the home, so as you can imagine, the interiors, which juxtapose modern decor with the home's traditional bones, are nothing short of breathtaking. Then there's the luxurious outdoor space, which includes a patio perfect for outdoor dining and a classically designed garden that looks straight out of a European manor.
In addition to deep pockets (the security deposit alone is $27,900), the renters will also need to have a high tolerance for spectators. The house has long been a tourist destination, and on any given day throngs of Full House fans can be seen snapping pictures in front.