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Have mercy! The 'Full House' house rents for a crazy amount of money.

By Time Out San Francisco editors

Anyone looking for a place to live? Children of the 1980s will be thrilled to learned that the famous home from television classic Full House is available for rent. Yep, the actual home used as the exterior of the Tanner Family residence is up for grabs in San Francisco's white-hot rental market. 

The home, located at 1709 Broderick Street at Pine, was built in 1883 in the Italianate style. It was recently on the market for a whopping $4.5 million, but is no longer for up for sale. Now it's for rent! Any guesses on the monthly tab for this 3-bedroom, 2,985-square foot single family home? 

Brace yourself, renters. The Full House house rents for $13,950 a month. 

Full House has enjoyed a recent resurgence of popularity thanks to the Netflix series, Fuller House. The Tanner Family update starring the original cast of the show (sans Mary Kate and Ashley) was a huge hit for the streaming service and reignited fans' passion for the cheesy sitcom—not that it was ever dead. 

The famous house was painted white for use in the show—it's now light green. And those interior scenes we know so well from our childhood were filmed in Burbank; the actual home on Broderick Street does was not designed to include a live studio audience. 

Whomever rents the home should brace themselves for the never-ending onslaught of tourists posing for pictures on the sidewalk. Well that, and constant questions about the Olsen Twins. 

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