Have Mercy! The “Full House” Home Is On Sale

Have Mercy! The “Full House” Home Is On Sale

Full House” fans, this one’s for you! The iconic Victorian-style home that featured in the sitcom’s opening credits is now on the market—although Uncle Jesse is not included.

The residence, known as the “Pink Painted Lady“, is part of the renowned Seven Sisters, or more commonly known as the “Painted Ladies,” or “Postcard Row”, located on Steiner Street in San Francisco, one of the city’s most recognizable blocks. Spanning 2,500 square-foot, the home was built in the 1890s and has featured in countless TV shows and movies, becoming one of the most photographed landmarks in the city.

It has three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and a two-car garage across three stories, making it the perfect property for a growing family. Outside, there’s a large patio area and sprawling views of the green rolling hills of Alamo Square. From the kitchen at the back of the house there is a full view of the dome of San Francisco City Hall, and on the second and third floors, the property boasts striking views of the downtown skyline.⁠

Leah Culver, the current owner of the “Pink Painted Lady”, documented her time in the home and the extensive remodel via social media. Racking up over 20,000 Instagram followers, Culver took fans on a journey from first purchasing the home to the bittersweet moment she announced her intent to sell.

“It is with a heavy heart that I’ve decided to sell the Pink Painted Lady,” Culver wrote in an Instagram post. “I would love to transition to a new owner who cares as much as I do (or more!) about this special home.”

Listed for $3,550,000, the same amount as Culver paid for it in 2020, the property will include current building plans, permits, and social media accounts with the sale, if desired.

Those interested and looking for more information should visit thepinkpaintedlady.com.

This Arizona Home Has a Putting Green In the Living Room, Because Why Not?

This Arizona Home Has a Putting Green In the Living Room, Because Why Not?

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Love a round or two of golf? Check out this tee-rific listing.

Located in Phoenix, Arizona, the popular @zillowgonewild Instagram account shared the listing with its 1.5 million followers. From the outside, the property looks like your standard family home, but on the inside, it’s a golf fanatic’s paradise.

“All I can say is that there are 9 holes waiting for you inside this $1,022,900 sq ft Phoenix, AZ home. 4 bd, 4 ba. 4044 sq ft.” @zillowgonewild wrote in the post’s caption.

The living room features a full nine-hole putting green for those moments when you just fancy a quick round. Dinner parties will never be the same again. Scroll though the images to see it for yourself.

Instagrammers were quick to comment on the home, sharing their thoughts on this unusual (but genius?) use of space.

“Missed opportunity to price this at 1 point “Fore” million.” one person wrote.

Another commented: “I’d get a sign that said stay off the grass just to keep visitors away”

A third said: “Me: I wanna go mini-golf. Dad: We have mini-golf at home.”

Aside from the putting green, you’ll find four bedrooms, four bathrooms, spacious reception rooms, a lounge, and a large kitchen. Outside, there’s a private balcony with panoramic views of South Mountain, along with a large yard with a community swimming pool. The home’s private garage has enough room for three vehicles.

“Spacious interior features vaulted ceilings, dramatic spiral staircase, abundant natural light with preferred north-south orientation, and a MASSIVE owner’s suite with soaking tub, walk-in closet, two-sided wood burning fireplace, and ensuite living room/office,” the listing reads.

The home was originally listed for just over $1 million but was reduced in price earlier this month. Thanks to the price cut, interested buyers can snap up the eye-catching property for $995,900.

This Is America’s Least Expensive Seaside Town

This Is America’s Least Expensive Seaside Town

With the average cost of a beach house ranging from $300,000 to $885,000 or more, many feel as though moving to an idyllic seaside town is a pipedream. But according to a new survey, there are locations where your dream could become reality.

Realtor.com recently studied the data of more than 1,300 coastal communities and listed the most affordable ones in America, with the top spot belonging to Atlantic City

Atlantic City’s public persona might be more HBO drama than quaint Hallmark Channel beach town, but it’s the most inexpensive location with the median home listing for $161,754. At that price, you’ll not only be able to hear the crashing of waves every day, but you’ll also have access to a multitude of entertainment options and food establishments. And if you’re really on a tight budget, Realtor.com suggests you can try a studio condo on the boardwalk, priced at just $95,000. 

You might want to plan to buy sooner rather than later, though; while it’s currently the country’s most affordable coastal community, property prices in the metro area and the surrounding towns have jumped 18 percent since last year.

The second-most affordable seaside town is Deerfield Beach, Florida, with an average home listing price of $230,071. Although pricier than Atlantic City, this community is quieter, more family-friendly, and has warmer, sunshine-filled weather. As for the third spot on the list, New London, Connecticut is not far behind with a median home listing price of $242,392. It also offers more affordable properties such as a $149,000 two-bedroom condo with views of the waterfront.

Here are the rest of America’s top 10 least expensive seaside towns, according to Realtor.com:

This Illinois Listing Gives New Meaning To “House of Mirrors”

This Illinois Listing Gives New Meaning To “House of Mirrors”

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