Whatever happened to predictability?!
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to live inside the classic ’90s sitcom Full House, wonder no more — because with a little luck, and a LOT of money, that life could be yours!
The San Francisco home that supplied the infamous exterior shots for the opening credits of the long-running TV sitcom is now up for rent, and available on Craigslist — but it’s going to cost you a pretty penny!
Earlier this year, the property (pictured, above) was sold for a cool $4 million, and now the new owners have decided to rent it out — for a whopping $13,950 a month!
The photos here show a furnished house, and that’s not the case — it comes unfurnished as part of the rental agreement — but this was the decorating style of the previous owners, so it’s interesting to get an inside look at the “real” house!
Built in 1883 in the city’s classic Victorian style of architecture, it has three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a nice little backyard outdoor space and patio, a private garage (Uncle Joey’s old room!), and even a wine fridge.
No word yet on whether John Stamos is living up in the attic, but you probably shouldn’t count on it. Ha!! And at 2,985 square feet, that’s a lot of room to run around yelling “you got it, dude!”
Take a look at the full listing HERE!