The home that served as the exterior for the 70s TV sitcom “The Brady Bunch” is on the market. This 2,477 square-foot 2 bedroom 3 bath home in the Studio City neighborhood has had the same owners for 45 years. The owners have since passed away and their children have put the house on the market for a mere $1.885 million. This home is known for the opening and closing scenes in the show and is frequently visited by fans. The house even has its own Yelp page. The interior is a completely different layout from the show. The interior shots were filmed on a sound stage.
Real estate firm Douglas Elliman is bracing for a flood of interest in the property. They will only be showing the home by appointment in hopes of weeding out looky-loos from serious buyers. They are hoping to avoid developers who would love to tear down the house and rebuild on the 12,500ft lot and would give preference to someone willing to keep the home intact. The home’s celebrity is something the future owners will have to consider if looking to make it their permanent residence.