A hot new rental property has hit the market in San Francisco, and it comes with a pop culture legacy that you won't find with just any house.
This Charles Lewis Hinkel home comes with three bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths and represents one of the city’s most iconic examples of preserved Italianate, Victorian architecture. But TV fans may recognize the facade as the Tanner residence featured in the sitcom "Full House," which aired from 1987 to 1995.
The exterior of the home was used to represent the Tanner family's residence in the original "Full House" series, and shots of the home were also used in the more recent "Fuller House" episodes on Netflix (the interior of the home was actually a set in Burbank, California).
Of course, its famous history comes with a pretty steep price tag. It will cost renters $13,950 a month to inhabit the space. So what does this five-figure price get you?
To start, there's 2,985 square feet of living space and plenty of room for formal entertaining and casual living. The listing also mentions soaring ceilings and classical Victorian detailing. There's a library, office and living room featuring floor-to-ceiling bookcases. The eat-in kitchen features high-end appliances including a six-burner gas cook top, double ovens and wine refrigerator. If you're loving the decor and all the furniture, don't get too attached — the rental comes unfurnished.
Downstairs, there's a spacious family room with a full bath and access to outdoor space. A washer and dryer and parking garage are also located on the lower level. Upstairs there are three bedrooms with two full bathrooms.
Some say the best aspect of this property might be its proximity to the best of San Francisco — it's a quick stroll to the shopping and dining scene on Divisadero Street, as well as multiple public transportation lines. However, we think a prime selling point is the private, lush English-style garden that comes with the rental. Gardener included!
The listing agent is Mahesh Patki with Vanguard Properties.