The REAL 'Full House' House Looks TOTALLY Different Inside Than You'd Expect | 22 Words

If you watched Full House, you knew both the theme song — "Everywhere you look..." — and what the front of the Tanner's house in San Francisco looked like.

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If you want to buy that iconic home where Danny, his girls, Uncle Jesse, Joey, Aunt Becky and a variety of other people lived, now you can for $4.15 million.

But be prepared, because the house looks nothing like what you saw in the show, mostly because only the exterior was used for the shot (and even that's changed over the years).

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Full House was filmed in Burbank, California, but the home at 1709 Broderick Street, built in 1883, is in San Francisco. The interior was not exactly suitable for mischievous kids and a rowdy Golden Retriever.

At any rate, let's pretend you have $4.15 million and I'm a realtor. Let's take a tour, shall we?

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Step inside — wipe your feet, please — and enter approximately 2,985 square feet of living space.

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Note the soaring ceilings with classic Victorian detailing.

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And here we have an office that allows you to see how many books and pieces of furniture one can stuff into one single space.

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Now let's admire the intricate molding, one of the three marble fireplaces, or simply the naked woman in the painting on the wall. Have mercy!

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Oh look! Another marble fireplace! And if you ask nicely, they might knock some money off the asking price if you point out part of the arms of the couches appear to be missing.

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Here we have a staircase with banister railings perfect for Michelle to get her head stuck in, therefore creating a HILARIOUS 20 minute episode with a lesson to learn at the end.

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Side note: I actually had this happen to me as a kid. We used butter. Did the trick.

Notice how the interior juxtaposes modern decor with the home's traditional bones. Or just that they really like books and pillows.

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Note the dining area, that would be approximately 25 percent of the actual Tanner household at one given time, but still pretty impressive.

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The kitchen itself includes a modern range with what appears to be a bathtub for a sink and both taxidermied animals overlooking the whole thing.

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This is the master bedroom, complete with a sofa on the end in case you get kicked out for hogging the covers.

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Here's the view if you're Netflix and chilling on said bed.

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This is what we call the "blue room," both for the color and how you'll feel if forced to sleep on that tiny bed.

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What the duck?

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If you're not so into the marble fireplace, enjoy the marble shower.

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This is the recreational area, as noted by the one basket of toys.

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But when you step outside, everywhere you look, everywhere you go, there's a heart (There's a heart), a hand to hold onto.

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Or maybe just a beautiful yard, but when you're lost out there and you're all alone, a light is waiting to carry you home...for $4.15 million. Chip-a-dee-ba-ba-dow.