‘Brady Bunch’ house goes on sale for first time since 1973

‘Brady Bunch’ House For Sale – But May Be Torn Down

The home that served as the exterior for the TV sitcom "The Brady Bunch" is on the market for $1.885 million, but it could be wiped off the map, Deadline reported. Interior scenes were shot in a studio.

The house, which is situated in the Studio City suburb of Los Angeles, is now on the market for the first time in 45 years. It is listed as a landmark and historical building on Yelp, and now it's listed as a home for sale on Zillow.

According to the listing, it's the second-most photographed home in the USA after the White House.

In 2016 burglars reportedly ransacked the house while the owner was home.

"The Brady Bunch" aired between 1969 and 1974.

Brady Bunch House For Sale
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Its asking price of $1.885 million represents a big windfall for the current owners, who bought the property for $61,000 in 1973, according to purchase records, the Associated Press reports.

Among the home's bygone era decorating touches are bold wood-paneled walls, a rock-wall fireplace, floral window dressing and wall coverings and old-school light switches.

Unsurprisingly, the home's listing agent, Ernie Carswell, told the Los Angeles Times that he expects to receive as many as 500 calls a day from people eager to see the home for purely personal entertainment reasons, as up to 50 Brady Bunch fans pass by the home on a daily basis to take pictures of its exterior. Even though the show wasn't filmed inside the house, with these '70s details, it could've been.

The 2,477 square-foot home, built in 1959, features two bedrooms and three bathrooms. "We're preparing for an avalanche", Carswell said.

"We're going to wait a few days, in case there are others who want to purchase it as an investment to preserve it", Carswell said.

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