Correction: ‘Full House’ House is Not For Sale
Major Correction: We got fooled into following what we thought was a pretty good source and reported the house at 722 Steiner St, San Francisco, CA, as being THE house used in the opening credits of Full House. After doing some investigating, it’s not the house used for the opening credits. Rather, it is speculated that the home at 1709 Broderick St, San Francisco CA 94115 is the real house used in Full House’s opening credits. Judge for yourself: Here is the YouTube video of Full House’s opening credits (the home’s front door is briefly seen around the 1:17 mark), but as the camera pans out, you can see the home is among those on Broderick Street and not Steiner. Apologies.
If you’re a TV child of the 80s and have tuned into “Full House,” you’ll immediately recognize the gorgeous Victorian that appears in the opening credits of the show.
Known as the Shannon-Kavanaugh house, it’s located on a corner lot at 722 Steiner St, San Francisco, CA 94117 and is among other “Painted Ladies” along Postcard Row, just across from Alamo Square in San Francisco. The home, which was built in 1900, is for sale for $4 million and is listed by Victorian specialist Bonnie Spindler.
NBCBayArea.com reports that 722 Steiner was never used for production of the TV series since it was filmed on a Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, CA. Also, there’s a dispute with another blog site that claims the real Full House used in the opening credits is located at 1709 Broderick St, San Francisco, CA 94115.
The Full House case included John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and the Olsen twins: Mary-Kate and Ashley.
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