People are helpless against ’90s nostalgia, so the return of beloved sitcom Full House as Fuller House was an inevitability. In the new Netflix series, former scrunchie enthusiast D.J. Tanner-Fuller is all grown up with a family of her own. Recently widowed, she and her three boys move into her father’s San Francisco home. As he is moving to L.A. for a new job, legendary TV dad Danny Tanner hands over the keys to the Fuller brood instead of selling. Considering the fact that D.J.’s roommates are Kimmy Gibbler, a struggling party planner, and her sister Stephanie, a DJ, not having to worry about housing prices in the competitive San Francisco market is certain a boon. Oh my god, I can’t believe that I have watched every episode of Fuller House, you guys.
Anyway, further investigation proves that this is an exceedingly generous gesture. While giving your kids just any old house is quite a move, giving your kids a 4 bedroom Victorian in the astronomically expensive San Francisco market is next level. While the house may have been worth a substantial $441,929 in 1995, according to data compiled in 2015 by McGuire Real Estate, similar homes in the pricey Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood are now worth upwards of $3.5 million. Sure, Danny is a morning show star, but that amount of money could buy a ton of top-of-the-line cleaning supplies.