A studio city-house where "The Brady Bunch" starred in the hit TV sitcom is up for sale for almost half a century.
The traditional, 2,477-square-foot house on almost a third of an acres It was built in 1959 and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The price is $ 1.885 million.
For many people, the sight of the home is reason enough to familiarize the fictional, mixed family with the challenges of living in a simpler time from 1969 to 1974. At least one Californian man, a longtime fan of the show, says he tries Collecting money to buy the house – and to get it.
"It's a stretch," said Jeff Cogliandro, a medical imaging analyst and NASCAR handycrafting writer for the Vegas Sports & Information Network, in a telephone interview. "But it's absolutely worth a try."
Cogliandro, 46, who lives in Elk Grove, near Sacramento, was not a random "Brady Bunch" visitor. He was fascinated by the show as a boy. He still hears repetitions, he said. He even visited the residence last year.
"I have to tell you that as you approach the house, for the people who really love the show, it was when approaching a temple," he said. "It was very dramatic, and people kept coming and taking photos."
The house is "the second most photographed house in the US after the White House, according to reports," it says.
Although the exterior of the residence appeared At the beginning and at the end of the show, the interior of the Sticom was filmed in a studio.
What does the interior of the iconic house 1
It's a time capsule.
Flowery wallpaper, a MusiCall intercom, wood paneling and a stone fireplace provide for a late 60s to early 70s. One bedroom is in pink print – on the walls as well as a matching bedspread.
The house is adjacent to the Los Angeles River. In the backyard the lawn seems to be a good place for sackhopping.
"Whether inspired by the TV family or real life in the neighborhood, this residence is a perfect postcard of the American 70-year style and its special culture," the title says.
More than 20 hours after it went, Cogliandro's GoFundMe page was not exactly in the batter.
"I know there are bigger problems in the world," he thought.
Starting at 8:30 am, two people had contributed $ 15 together.
But love for the house was obviously on the Yelp's Yelp page. (Yes, there's one.)
"I finally saw Brady Bunch's house and could not help but feel nostalgic … 4 stars!" Wrote Jun L. from Pasadena. "For tourists and angelenos alike, it's a must in LA as Brady Bunch is one of the most iconic TV shows ever!"
"This is a real house in a residential area, so pay attention to the neighborhood and be polite and park where you can not block driveways or roads," wrote Craig Y. of Torrance. "It's a great thing for all Brady Bunch fans."
Property records show the house sold for $ 61,000 in 1973
Ernie Carswell, Spencer Daley and Sarah Blanchard of Douglas Elliman of California are the listing agents.