San Francisco Home Made Famous by 'Full House' Sells for Under Asking Price

The home was used for exterior shots on "Full House" and "Fuller House."

The home, seen on screen as the home of the fictional Tanner family, was placed on the market earlier this year for $4.15 million.

The home’s listing agent, Edward Deleski of Vanguard Properties, confirmed the sale in an email to ABC News but declined to offer further details.

The Victorian home, located on Broderick Street, was described in its listing as a “rare piece of San Francisco history.” The home became a fan destination after it was seen every week in the opening theme song of “Full House" and then again years later in "Fuller House” on Netflix.

The home’s iconic front door is now a different shade than the red seen on “Full House.” The property was described on the listing as “sophisticated, comfortable, and timeless” and contains three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths.