Earlier this year, fans of the hit 1980s sitcom Full House were given a dose of nostalgia when Netflix debuted the hit spinoff Fuller House. The show follows the widowed DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure) as she moved back into her childhood home, enlisting her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber) to help raise her children. The original show used a now-iconic house in San Francisco for establishing and exterior shots, and if you have a few million bucks to spare, the house can be yours.

Realtor.com reports that the house, located at 1709 Broderick St. in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, has just been put on the market, at an asking price of $4.15 million. This house wasn't used at all for Fuller House, with the Netflix spinoff constructing an elaborate re-creation of the home on a studio soundstage in Burbank, California. Here's a description of the property from the real estate listing.

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"1709 Broderick Street represents a unique opportunity to own a rare piece of San Francisco history. Originally constructed in 1883 this Charles Lewis Hinkel home is one of the city's finest examples Italianate, Victorian architecture. The interior of this magnificent property is sophisticated, comfortable, and timeless with a spacious floor plan, soaring ceilings, 3 bedrooms, office and 3 1/2 baths. A large eat-in island kitchen boasts professional style appliances and overlooks the sunny, classically designed garden. Located on a picturesque, tree-lined street, 1709 Broderick is convenient to transit, shopping and dining."

The 3,125-square-foot home features three bedrooms, four bathrooms, soaring ceilings, an office, an eat-in kitchen and a classically designed garden. With a $4.15 million price tag, it isn't known how long this house will stay on the market for, but it was last put on the market back in 2006, when it was sold for $1.85 million. Since Fuller House has its own re-creation of the house on a soundstage, the sale won't affect the show at all.

Netflix issued a Season 2 renewal for Fuller House in March, but it isn't known when production will begin on the new season, or when it may debut on Netflix. We reported in March that series star/producer John Stamos was trying to bring the Olsen Twins back for Season 2, but it hasn't been confirmed whether or not they'll return. We'll be sure to keep you posted with more updates on Fuller House, and the status of the original Full House as it goes on the market.