'Full House' creator buys iconic San Francisco home

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Friday, December 2, 2016
This is an undated image of the house used in the "Full House" television show.
This is an undated image of the house used in the "Full House" television show.
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SAN FRANCISCO -- It turns out that the original "Full House" home in San Francisco remains in the Tanner family.

That's because the show's creator, Jeff Franklin, bought it last August.

The house was on the market for more than $4 million. The realtor declined to say who bought it at the time.

The new owner says the home will be updated and brought to code. He also has plans to repaint the front door red, just like in the original show.

"Full House" aired for three decades.

A reboot called "Fuller House" debuted on Netflix in 2015.

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The Victorian home, built in 1883, includes 3 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. Located in San Francisco's Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood, the home is listed for $4.15 million. (Vanguard Properties/Ed Deleski)
Vanguard Properties/Ed Deleski