After more than 50 years, the home featured on the Brady Bunch sitcom is up for the sale for the price of $1.89 million. The home was featured in the opening and closing scenes of the show that ran from September 1969 to March 1974. He says the home is "the second most photographed home in the United States after the White House".
Records show George and Violet McCallister bought the home in 1973 for $61,000.
In 2016 burglars reportedly ransacked the house while the owner was home.
Photos of the interior posted on Zillow reveal that the home is gloriously, purposefully - Zillow says "perfectly" - and unabashedly stuck in the '70s, right down to the wood paneling and rock-faced fireplace in the family room.
The house is such a popular tourist stop, that it boasts its own Yelp page. The Brady's house stands out from the homes in the area.
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However, the estate agent selling the property has said that the future of the house looks uncertain given the interest it has attracted from property developers who could make greater profit from the land it stands on.
'The house looks exactly the same as it was in the show with the exception of the paint color and the gate which was probably installed to keep tourists away, ' a reviewer noted. Hence the low brick wall surrounding the house today.
The inside of the home has been updated but still has touches that match the 1970s facade.
The house sits on a 12,500 square-foot lot that borders the Los Angeles River.