'Full House' home hits real estate market

If you have the money, you could soon live in a piece of television history.

The house used as the exterior of the Tanner home on "Full House" has hit the market, Mashable reported.

Everywhere you look you'd expect to see the same layout with which fans became familiar on the television show.

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But the house looks nothing like the show's set, because, of course, the interiors were all shot on a soundstage.

The outside of the building looks different now more than 20 years later.

The house is now blue and the red double doors with glass insets are now blue solid doors.

According to Realtor.com's listing, "1709 Broderick Street represents a unique opportunity to own a rare piece of San Francisco history."

The house will set you back. The owners are asking $4.15 million.

The house was sold in 2006 for $1.85 million.

Have mercy!