SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Sitcom fans with deep pockets now have the opportunity to rent one of San Francisco’s most iconic television homes for almost $14,000 a month.
The 2,985-square-foot, three bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom Victorian at 1709 Brodrick Street a block off Divisadero is currently being listed for rent on the Vanguard Properties website with a monthly rent of $13,950 on a one-year lease.
“This is a unique opportunity to lease a rare piece of San Francisco history. Originally constructed in 1883 this Charles Lewis Hinkel home is one of the city’s finest examples preserved Italianate, Victorian architecture,” the listing reads. “More recently, it has been featured as the home in the popular TV show ‘Full House.'”
Earlier this year, the home was listed for sale for $4.15 million by Vanguard. It reportedly sold in early August for $4 million, with the new owner apparently deciding to put the property back on the rental market.
There has been a resurgence in interest in the home in the past year since the reboot/sequel to the series ‘Fuller House’ launched on Netflix in February.
On the same day the show was made available on the streaming network, the Al Jazeera Network’s social media arm AJ+ posted a funny and far more realistic version of title sequence showing how much things have changed in San Francisco since the original show was on the air in the late ’80s.
The clip opens with a sweeping shot of the Golden Gate Bridge with the text “Full House in today’s San Francisco” before the actual parody title “Unaffordable House” unfurls across the screen with a shot of a condo complex under construction on Octavia Street.
Instead of actors, the credits go on to list the “members” of the cast (“Rising Housing Prices,” “Artists’ and :Gentrification”) coupled with some of the sobering housing statistics that have become a stark reality in the city.