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'Fuller House' cast reveals first photos of Tanners' new home

The "Fuller House" cast has been unveiling details of Netflix's upcoming reboot since the series was announced in April, and now fans have a look at the Tanners' new abode — a reconstructed version of the Victorian San Francisco house from the original series.

Lori Loughlin and Dave Coulier posed for a photo on the home's doorstep, which they each shared on Instagram Saturday with the caption, "Joey & Becky...Finally made it home. #fullerhouse."

Joey & Becky...Finally made it home. #fullerhouse 🏠

A photo posted by Lori Loughlin (@loriloughlin) on

Co-star Candace Cameron Bure previously posted a shot of the house's construction, writing, "They are building the Full House house on the Warner Brother's back lot! Welcome to my childhood home."

They are building the Full House house on the Warner Brother's back lot! Welcome to my childhood home 🤗

A photo posted by Candace Cameron Bure (@candacecbure) on

Bure also shared a sweet photo of herself embracing Coulier over the weekend. "D.J. and Joey - I love this guy- @dcoulier I mean.... He did introduce me to my husband!" she wrote, referring to her longtime partner, former NHL star Valeri Bure.

D.J. and Joey - I love this guy- @dcoulier I mean.... He did introduce me to my husband!

A photo posted by Candace Cameron Bure (@candacecbure) on

John Stamos first confirmed that the "Full House" reboot was happening on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last spring, explaining that the series would center on Bure's character, D.J. Tanner, and her family.

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"Candice has three boys — it's sort of a reversal," Stamos added. "We turn the house over to her. It's a labor of love. We've been literally trying for so many years to get it right, and I think we finally got it perfect."

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