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Want to live in the 'Full House' home? It's up for rent

Posted at 5:25 PM, Sep 08, 2016

If you have ever wanted to live in the home that Danny Tanner and his three daughters called home, now is your chance. 

The home that DJ Tanner-Fuller's family lives in for the "Full House spin off "Fuller House" is now listed by Vanguard Properties for lease at a rate of $13,950 a month. If that sounds steep, keep in mind homes in the area sell for more than $3 million. 

The lease is for the San Francisco property is for a full year.

The home was recently listed for more than $4 million.

The 2,985-square-foot home built in 1883 includes three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a one-car garage. 

While the exterior of the home might look familiar, the inside does not. While "Full House" frequently showed the exterior of the home, the interior of the home was shot in a studio. 

Click here to see the interior of the home.