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The 'Brady Bunch' house just sold for $3.2 million. Here's what the buyer shared

It's a big house. Why, there may even be enough room to let your cousin Oliver stay over.
/ Source: TODAY

The "Brady Bunch" house, one of the most recognizable homes in TV history, is officially off the market.

On Sept. 11, about four months after HGTV put it up for sale, the iconic home was bought. Compass listing agent Danny Brown confirmed the deal was finalized in an email sent to

Located in Studio City, California, the sprawling five-bedroom, five-bath residence hit the market with an original asking price of $5.5 million, or more money than Johnny Bravo could have ever imagined making.

Brown said the home ended up being purchased for $3.2 million.

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Can't you just picture Mike and Carol sitting here reading the paper and doling out advice to their kids?Anthony Barcelo
Brady Bunch House
The Brady kitchen, in all its green and orange glory.Anthony Barcelo

“Once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the most iconic single family residences in the world. Meticulously rebuilt and designed to replicate the set of the home from the beloved 1970s sitcom ‘The Brady Bunch,’” the Redfin listing for the property said in May.

“Reportedly it is the 2nd most photographed home in the USA after the White House. Own a piece of pop culture history and pay homage to American sitcom television," the listing added.

The home is more than 5,000 square feet and sits on a 12,000-square-foot lot with citrus trees.

So, who is now the owner of the recognizable estate?

According to The Wall Street Journal, Tina Trahan, who is a fan of "The Brady Bunch" sitcom and the 1995 movie, is the new homeowner.

The 53-year-old is married to Chris Albrecht, the former HBO chief executive.

“It’s almost like a life-size dollhouse,” Trahan told the publication.

She said she plans to use the home for gatherings, like fundraisers and charity events.

“Nobody is going to live in it,” she shared. “No one is going in there to make pork chops and applesauce in that kitchen. Anything you might do to make the house livable would take away from what I consider artwork.”

The 5,140-square-foot home, which was used for exterior shots on the classic comedy, was renovated in 2019 after HGTV bought it, with the process chronicled on the series “A Very Brady Renovation.” All six actors who portrayed the Brady children took part in the project.

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The bedroom where Greg, Peter and Bobby grew up.Anthony Barcelo
Brady Bunch House
Has anyone seen Kitty Karry-All? Maybe it was in Marcia, Jan and Cindy's bedroom.Anthony Barcelo

“This whole show is filled with so much love,” Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia, told TODAY in 2019.

Photos of the interior of the house capture just how much it resembles the Bradys' residence, from the green and orange kitchen that screams “1970s class” to the stairs leading to the living room where Alice would hand off sack lunches every morning and the girls’ pink bedroom where Jan no doubt mumbled “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia” in her sleep.

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The classic stairway that adorned the house.Anthony Barcelo

Decades later, the house and the show's legacy are still standing.