'Full House' Creator Buys Home Used in Show

In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Jeff Franklin, who created the famed 90s sitcom, said he purchased the home in San Francisco to use in filming on the reboot "Fuller House." He plans on renting the home at a later date.
0:29 | 12/02/16

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We'll loyal fans and a sit com full house can rest easy either San Francisco home will stay in the family. The actual Victorian house that served as a backdrop for the popular show went on sale this past summer it was finally get that my full house creator Jeff Franklin for about. All four million dollars to steal in San Francisco. Frankly it repaired and repainted the front door read as the tanner family went 13 bedroom property was built in 1983 then leader restored to look like the original Franklin's plants or renovated again. And then rented out and I don't like that I think that's wrong.

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