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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — It’s a full neighborhood on a block in San Francisco — and residents there aren’t entertained.
It’s where the home that appears in the sitcom, “Full House,” is located. The Wall Street Journal reports that an influx of fans has been flocking to see it since the arrival on Netflix of “Full House” spin-off “Fuller House.”
Nearly 30 years ago, “Full House” producers filmed the exterior of the two-story Victorian house to use in the show for exteriors of the Tanner family’s home. The actual sitcom was filmed in Burbank, however.
The outside of the home has been modified in an effort to make it less recognizable. The front door is no longer red, and the house is actually painted purple.
Neighbors say fans are always around. They park in their driveways, stop in the street and they’ve even opened the gate to a fence around the home to look in the windows.
“It’s an endless stream of people,” said neighbor Andrew Clemens. “They drive through the neighborhood blasting the theme song.”