The "Full House" House

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Although the exterior was used for the corny, popular family sitcom, the interior nowadays looks decidedly swankier. The house sold in 2016 for 4 million dollars although it's been said that the residents of this neighborhood dislike the tourists milling about. Contrary to popular belief, this house is not one of the Painted Ladies featured in the opening credits of the show. If you want to see those houses, head instead to Alamo Square.

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