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San Francisco home from ‘Full House’ intro lists for $3.55M

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In all places you look, all over the place you go, there’s a face of any individual who wants you … and needs to name you their dwelling.

Followers of the enduring sitcom “Full House,” which famously starred Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen — in addition to the late comic Bob Saget, who passed away unexpectedly in January at age 65 — can now personal a part of the present’s historical past.

A San Francisco home that’s one of many metropolis’s not often obtainable Queen Anne- and Victorian-style “Painted Girls” — a row of seven properties that appeared on tv screens within the present’s intro sequence — has listed for $3.55 million, its itemizing brokerage instructed The Publish.

The property snoops at the Wall Street Journal first reported the information, including that the vendor — Leah Culver, a senior software program engineer at Twitter — is trying to break even. She bought the Queen Anne home, previously dressed with a pink exterior, for $3.55 million in January 2020.

The "Painted Ladies," otherwise known as the "Seven Sisters," appeared in the intro sequence for "Full House."
The “Painted Girls,” in any other case referred to as the “Seven Sisters,” appeared within the intro sequence for “Full Home.”
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The home enjoys views of City Hall's dome from its rear.
The house enjoys views of Metropolis Corridor’s dome from its rear.
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"Full House" starred the Olsen twins, John Stamos and the late Bob Saget.
“Full Home” starred the Olsen twins, John Stamos and the late Bob Saget.
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Culver lives close by and purchased the Nineties unfold, which was in a state of disrepair after the identical household had owned it for some six many years, with hopes of a renovation. Two months after her January 2020 buy got here the stateside outbreak of COVID-19 — and the pandemic reportedly brought about delays in securing permits for the work, which the Journal has not but began. Nonetheless, Culver instructed the Journal that she has the permits wanted from the planning division, and anticipates to obtain the identical from the constructing division this summer season. Merely put: She’s promoting as a result of she now not has the time required to see the renovation via.

In a message to The Publish, the brokerage added that the sale contains accredited permits from David Armour Structure to revive the two-unit construction, at 714 Steiner St., to “its former glory.” That features the creation of a giant higher unit with 5 bedrooms, three full loos and a powder room that’s roughly 3,000 sq. toes in dimension with a three-level floorplate. The decrease degree may have a two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit that’s 845 sq. toes with its personal entrance and laundry — and could possibly be used as a visitor suite or income-producing property. (The house was break up into two models in 1960.)

“I actually wish to discover a purchaser who cares about San Francisco, and this property and the placement,” Culver, who has an Instagram account for the house, @pinkpaintedlady, which boasts 19,500 followers, instructed the Journal.

714 Steiner St. is in notable disrepair, but its bones include charming old-world details, such as this wooden staircase.
714 Steiner St. is in notable disrepair, however its bones embody charming old-world particulars, similar to this wood staircase.
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The home also has wood-framed bay windows.
The house additionally has wood-framed bay home windows.
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The oversize windows fill the interiors with light.
The oversize home windows fill the interiors with gentle.
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There's potential for a large, renovated kitchen.
There’s potential for a big, renovated kitchen.
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High ceilings hover over hardwood floors.
Excessive ceilings hover over hardwood flooring.
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City views abound.
Metropolis views abound.
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Residing within the metropolis by the bay has historically include a heavy value, and now’s no totally different. The Journal notes that the market has low provide and excessive demand. And within the first quarter of 2022, median gross sales climbed to $1.87 million — a 21% enhance from the $1.55 million tallied throughout the identical interval a yr earlier.

For many who pays the value, the house delivers a pleasant dose of historical past. All seven houses, in any other case referred to as the “Seven Sisters,” had been constructed by a person named Matthew Kavanagh between 1892 and 1895. Born in Eire, Kavanagh immigrated to America in 1869, and commenced along with his own residence, at 722 Steiner St., then accomplished the others. This listed dwelling, at No. 714, was accomplished in 1895.

Options inside No. 714 embody views of Alamo Sq.’s hills from oversize bay home windows on all three ranges. The kitchen, on the rear of the house, seems to the dome of Metropolis Corridor, whereas the second and third flooring look to San Francisco’s downtown skyline.

The itemizing pictures certainly present a house in a state of disrepair — however look previous them to see a spindled staircase, hardwood flooring, wood-framed home windows, moldings, excessive ceilings and the change to have a big kitchen.

Nina Hatvany, of Compass, reps the itemizing.