Now that Netflix’s reboot of
Full House is coming to an end — Fuller House’s fifth and final season will air this fall — it only seems fitting to part with the iconic Tanner abode. The tourist-centric townhouse sits hillside in the idyllic neighborhood of Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, and it could be yours for a cool $5.7M!
While the home was used solely for the opening credit shots, Jeff Franklin — the show’s creator, executive producer and current homeowner — revamped the 2,985-square-foot, five bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom household to look virtually nothing like the series’ warm, traditional aesthetic. Instead the space boasts a sleek sophistication.
Click through to see inside the famous Californian digs!
Shades of subtly contrasting hues accentuate the grandeur of this beloved Victorian home.
An alabaster living space is kicked up a notch through interesting pattern, rich upholstery and an impressive chandelier.
You’ll find one of the home’s three marble-faced fireplaces in this restful living nook amidst dramatic artwork, luxe texture and cozy armchairs.
The kitchen cabinets’ stunning coat of deep navy packs an inspiring punch alongside hardworking Viking appliances and Calacatta Oro countertops.
Dressed in playfully-patterned tile, this high-contrast powder room is outfitted with a dark wood vanity, oval hung mirror and monochrome palette.
All eyes are on the striking staircase’s dark wood steps, which juxtapose beautifully with the rest of the space’s crisp, clean palette.
An oversize fiddle leaf tree, lofty peaked roof and plenty of natural sunlight make this sitting room an ideal spot to kick back and relax.
Monochromatic shades set the stage for brass and gold hardware to truly shine in this formal dining room.
The principal bedroom is the epitome of liveable luxury thanks to the exquisite headboard, plush bedding and charming bay window.
Who wouldn’t want to curl up with a good book in this sophisticated sitting area with a handsome fireplace at the foot of the bed?
Open-concept storage in the vanity make everyday essentials — like extra towels — easy to reach. Plus, mixed stone, textured trim around the mirrors and natural wood add visual interest.
This suave bedroom is a covetable hideaway thanks to the ample amount of natural light, hits of texture and abstract artwork.
Just off of the bedroom, this cool-toned ensuite proves that sometimes, less is more. An on-trend circular mirror, blue-grey cabinets and modern sconces keep the palette clean.
Herringbone-laid tile in the shower adds visual interest to the all-white alcove, while a glass shower keeps sight lines clear.
Warm wooden elements and a curated display of artwork injects an air of flair in this seating area.
Blue is the hue in this spacious shower, proving that a
pop of color is all you need. Plus, a rustic vanity adds a dose of farmhouse character to the posh bathroom.
Manicured hedges and landscaping makes this garden feel like you’re stepping into a European oasis in the heart of bustling San Francisco.
Author: Amanda Demeku
Compass Real Estate, Headshot @fullerhouse