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'Full House' Creator Buys Tanner Family Home In San Francisco

The San Francisco home featured in television's "Full House" has sold to the producer who created the show.
Access Hollywood Also reported by •AceShowbizEntertainment Tonight

TV's 'Full House' home is staying in the Tanner family

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) " The San Francisco home featured in television's "Full House" has sold to the producer who created the show.KGO-TV reports (http://abc7ne.ws/2g1pBYB) veteran TV producer Jeff..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times

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The Creator Of Full House Just Bought The Iconic Tanner Home — Get The Exciting Deets!

Everything about this amazing! On Thursday, Full House creator Jeff Franklin just revealed he purchased the original Tanner home in San Francisco for a cool $4 million. Related: Fuller House's FULLER..
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'Full House' creator Jeff Franklin buys show's San Francisco home

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'Full House' home purchased for $4.15M

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Jeff Franklin, the creator of the TV show "Full House," has bought the San Francisco house used to film the show for $4 million.
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