If you're a '90s kid who grew up watching Full House, phrases like "How rude,""Cut it out" and "Have mercy" carry plenty of significance. With Netflix's revival of the beloved show (aka Fuller House), fans can get their daily dose of the Tanner family. Now, you can bring your childhood to life by renting the ACTUAL house used for the filming of Full House.
According to a posting on Craigslist, you can live in the iconic house—if you're willing to pay $13,950 a month. The San Francisco house covers 2,985 square feet and includes three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a one car garage, in-unit laundry and a private backyard (you know, so you can throw brag-worthy parties).
Although scenes for Full House weren't shot inside the home (because they were filmed inside a studio), it's still a tempting offer. The Tanners may not have stepped into the actual San Fran house, but the building was used for exterior shots.
Alright, everybody—let's pool our money together and make this happen.