Let’s be honest — I know I’m not the only person who was totally geeked to find out that Full House was back in action with the inception of Fuller House on Netflix. I mean, I’m a millennial female, and we pretty much lived and breathed that show — for a daily glimpse of Uncle Jesse…Seriously. I mean, has that man made a pact with the devil because 20 years later and he’s still smokin’ hot. For real though, what’s the Full House house address? I wanna go see him. 😉
Okay, so exactly how many seasons of Full House are there anyways? The answer, my fine friends is 8 — which is kind of surprising given how many pop icons we’ve gotten from the show in addition to the fact that it’s practically cemented into all of our minds and childhoods.
If you were looking for the Full House house address, head over here to our Velvet Ropes Full House house address and profile for all the details and photos!
Where is the Full House located?
Where was Full House filmed? My Full House fanatics will all know it’s pretty safe to say the show was set in San Francisco, just based on nothing more than the opening credits.
The home we all gush over in SanFran is actually not where it was filmed – that was just the exterior shot. Most of the filming actually took place in Los Angeles on the Warner Bros. lot.
So now that you know — can you go inside the Full House house?
Is the Full House house for sale?
Not anymore! If you’re curious who lives in the Full House house, you may be shocked…This historical landmark of sorts was actually purchased by the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, in 2016 for $4 million. He said he’s thought about renting it out but purchased it because he was so sentimental over it.
Can you tour the Full House house?
As far as touring goes — you can totally run up and take a selfie in the street — but as of July 2018, the city passed an ordinance banning tour buses from the street because apparently, neighbors were up in arms about what a nuisance all the tourists have been.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors voted to ban tour buses near the iconic Full House in San Francisco. This decision came after many complaints of congestion in the area.
For a Full House house inside peak, however, you can check out ABC 7’s awesome tour of the insanely gorgeous digs!
Full House Tour
Full House Cast Breakdown
Ever wondered who lives in the Full House home, who plays DJ in Full House or who played the twins in Full House?
Well, if you don’t know the answer to the third question, it’s safe to say you had a miserable childhood and not only that, but you’re easily missing out on a full life as an adult as well because the glamorous hot messiness of those chicks is pretty much what I live for.
So — to break it down for you, Papa Tanner was played by none other than Bob Saget who has much to our dismay gone on to live a normal adult male life complete with sexually explicit standup bits which literally makes us all want to vomit all over him.
I know, I know, it’s not fair that he grew up as the wholesome dad and now he’s unable to live out his bachelor adulthood to the fullest without public scrutiny, but YOU CHOSE THIS LIFE BOB SAGET!
The homely, goofy character of Uncle Joey was played by Dave Coulier — aka the same man that makes us all wonder what on God’s green earth he could possibly have goin’ on downstairs to cause Alanis Morisette to have a nervous breakdown.
Even a number one break-up song, Alanis?! Really?! Even you can do better and I say that with the utmost respect because you did get me through a solid chunk of my pre-teen angst.
Random side note — am I the only person who seriously doesn’t understand how her and Mackenzie Phillips haven’t become BFFLS?
Two peas in an angst-ridden pod, man.
DJ Tanner (aka the oldest Tanner child) and her unbelievably annoying best friend Kimmie Gibbler were played by Candace Cameron-Bure who #newsflash — has morphed into a total MILF — and Andrea Barber who pretty much looks exactly like you’d thought she would as an adult.
Jokes on us her husband in the show is a total hottie and I become the thottiest of thots when I watch him.
Jodie Sweetin played Stephanie Tanner aka the less-than-memorable middle child with problems whom I love for nothing more than her “HOW RUDE” catch-phrase.
Honestly, I really have nothing bad to say about her.
She’s morphed into that Coors Light lovin’ chick in that one dive bar with a silver pickup truck who walks in with light-wash jeans that are a little too tight and a flannel shirt that you may or may not make out with in the bathroom stall after 5 shots of tequila and a lonely night.
You keep her number but you don’t call her the next day kinda thing…
Then there’s DJ’s unbelievably sexy boyfriend Steve Hale who was played by Scott Weinger and let me tell you that I would be all up on that Weinger any time any day you just say the word Scotty ::call me::
…just kidding I’m married…
::don’t call me after 9PM::
And then, of course, there’s Rebecca Katsopolis aka Uncle Joey’s wife aka the only woman our loins all yearned to be more than the Pink Power Ranger when we grew up.
She’s still a total hottie…of course…but did we expect anything less from Lori Loughlin? I think not.
Then there’s Michelle Tanner aka the unbelievably precocious, adorable and absolutely angelic youngest child in the Tanner family played by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen before they became the vampiric-like reclusive fashion icons with a penchant for old men that we all know and love.
When I say I live for The Row — I mean it with every ounce of my body. Oh — and their Elizabeth and James Nirvana Black perfume/cologne is #todiefor.
I talked my Nordstrom lady into like 5 testers because I laugh at everything she says.
Aaaaaaaand last but certainly not least — we have…
Jesse Muhfuggin’ Katsopolis. Aka what I like to term “sex-on-a-stick”. I mean when I say my love for him has burned two decades strong I kid you not folks.
The kids called him Uncle Jesse, played by John Stamos, which is his best-known role to date, spanning eight years. At his request, the writers of Full House gave his character the last name of Katsopolis, instead of the original character’s name, Cochran, in order to highlight John’s Greek heritage.
Not even Marlon Brando could compete.
…Post-Godfather Brando, that is. Streetcar Named Desire Brando I’d throw myself in front of an Amtrak train for…I literally was going to name my daughter “Stella” and my mother was like “No–it’s officially becoming a problem…”