Happy real estate news, Tannerinos: per The Hollywood Reporter, Full and Fuller House creator Jeff Franklin has just purchased the San Francisco house that served as the exterior for the Tanner family’s overstuffed home in his surprisingly durable ’80s and ’90s sitcom. Franklin reportedly purchased the Victorian-style building for $4.15 million, buying it from the latest in a long line of owners who were less than thrilled at the millions of tourists his show has directed to their doorsteps over the years, asking searching questions about the whereabouts of predictability.
Not so the writer and producer, who announced his intentions to return the house’s iconic red door—painted seafoam green, apparently, by homeowners who did not know or care how sad you were about that time Comet went missing—to its rightful place, and even briefly re-Full it for the show’s upcoming 30th anniversary. “I hope to bring the cast up to the house and have a big slumber party here, so people can drive by and actually see the Tanner family living there for one whole day,” Franklin said, sounding a little like the world’s most wholesome Saw villain. “That would be pretty fun.”