The original ‘Full House’ home just got a makeover and is back on the market

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Do you remember the iconic home that was used as the exterior of the Tanner household in both “Full House” and “Fuller House”? Well, it’s back on the market.

This isn’t the first time the house has been put up for sale. This time around, however, the interior has undergone a major redesign and is looking chicer than ever before. And there’s been a lot of love and thoughtfulness put into the home’s design, as all of the renovations were made by the “Full House” show creator, Jeff Franklin, the present owner of the house.

Back in 2016, when this San Francisco home last became available, Franklin couldn’t wait to snatch it up, largely for sentimental reasons. Franklin paid about $4 million for the home, which looked much as it does in the show credits, red door and all.

“The house came on the market and really, I just thought, I have to buy this house,” Franklin (below, right) told The Hollywood Reporter at the time. “I’m so sentimental about the house. It’s great to have the house in our ‘Full House’ family and be able to preserve it for the fans.”

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The fact that the house has been in such great hands and received a makeover will be a large selling point now that the property is up for purchase again. Potential buyers will no doubt appreciate the home’s four bedrooms, three full baths, one half-bath, over 3,000 square feet of space, and its gorgeous indoor and outdoor areas.

Get a load of all of the amenities this house has to offer. First off, you’ll recognize this exterior, although the red door is now a gorgeous black.

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And as soon as you walk in, you’ll be greeted with the most beautiful living area, complete with a fireplace.

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As you make your way to the kitchen, you’re in for a real treat. How much do you love these navy and gold accents?

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Dart into any bedroom and feel instantly at home. That bay window guarantees this room will be flooded in natural light.

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Oh, and the bathrooms? They’re modern and polished.

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When you’re not spending your time indoors, you’ll enjoy this lovely backyard area.

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All in all, whether you’re a die-hard “Full House” fan or no, there’s a lot to love about this home.

The house is listed for $5,995,000, so what do you say you and all of your “Full House”-loving friends go in on it? Because owning a piece of this would be better than not owning it at all. Besides, all of you living together — isn’t that the way Uncle Jesse, Joey and the gang would have wanted it?

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At the very least, scroll through these photos again and again. Much like the show itself, these re-runs never get old.

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