I recently learned that the Full House house was not actually part of the famous Painted Ladies from the intro credits, as I had assumed. It was a seemingly random house at 1709 Broderick Street. The occupants of the house have since changed its front door to--I can only assume--throw off the swarms of pop culture fanatics looking to find the Tanner family.
If you really think about it, though, the house doesn't match up to the inside set that was used for filming. I was also saddened to learn that the Tanners were actually "living" in a Hollywood studio...not my current location of the Bay Area. Wake Up to that San Francisco.
|1709 Broderick Street ala Tanner Family years|
|me in front of 1709 Broderick Street, 4/9/12|
|you got it dude! (I guess the occupants feel the green ribbon will keep fans out?)|
|looking down the street to the famed house|
ps. I really wonder how the house got chosen to represent the facade of the Tanner's house....if you know, please share!