This is the story of an old TV house that has been remade inside like it was yesterday.
Six kids used to call it home.
It could be yours.
For a great price to pay.
The house “The Brady Bunch” has hit the market for any fan of the sizzling 70s pop culture, but you’ll need more than a hunch to get your hands on it.
The Los Angeles home, made famous for its exterior shots on the mixed family sitcom, will cost $5.5 million. An extensive interior renovation makes it look like it was in the show.
From the outside, viewers have seen a beautiful split-level suburb if it is typical. But inside, the show depicts an unbelievably large area with a long, wide-open staircase where actors are regularly photographed.
The show’s original run ended in 1974. When the longtime owner passed away in 2018, HGTV purchased the home where Mike and Carol Brady raised Greg, Marcia, Peter, Jan, Bobby and Cindy, with the help of her trusted maid Alice.
The sale led to a new series, called “A Very Brady Renovation,” which stars actors playing children and hosts HGTV’s remodeling show.
CNN noted in 2019: “The expansive and deftly reworked structure is a stunningly complete recreation, inside and out.”
The home’s listing says it was built in 1959 and is the second most photographed home in the country after the White House. It currently has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and 5,140 square feet.
“Once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the most iconic single-family residences in the world,” the listing said. “From the infamous staircase that anchors the house, to the bright orange formica kitchen counter, to the blue bunk beds and pink double beds, and let’s not forget the attractive attic.”