The Real Life Cost Of The ‘Full House’ House Proves That Danny Tanner Is A Super Generous Dad

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.

(Via PopSugar)