Jeff Franklin, the creator and executive producer of both series, has owned the property since 2016. He wanted the house, of which only the exterior was used in the shows, to look just like it did on television, and he planned to do it up completely.
However, neighboring neighbors were not very pleased with this because they feared that countless fans would come and watch. Franklin was therefore denied permission for his renovation plans and decided to put the house up for sale.
The new owner will associate the home with anyway Full House. In the backyard are tiles with the cast’s handprints and signatures.
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