“Brady Bunch” House Put On The Market

After extensive renovations, HGTV has put the “Brady Bunch” home up for sale for $5.5 million. 

As per reports, HGTV spent $3.5 million in 2018 to buy the popular sitcom’s house in Los Angeles. Based on its offering page with Compass real estate, the house was first constructed in 1959 and was put up for sale this week.

Warner Bros. Discovery, the network’s parent company, renovated the exterior and gutted the inside for the 2019 miniseries “A Very Brady Renovation.” Adding a second story and reproducing the show’s backyard kitchen, living room, and bedrooms were all part of the renovation.

The Compass real estate website writes that the residence is the second most photographed in the United States, after the White House. It invites you to buy a historic piece of memorabilia and pay tribute to the golden period of American sitcoms. The home has the iconic central staircase, the orange Formica countertops in the kitchen, and a hip attic.

The listing states that the enormous windows and the glass sliding doors let in an abundance of natural light. Included in the auction are carefully selected pieces of furniture and decorative accents that will transport back in time.

According to a report, many of the home’s furnishings, like the flowered green sofa in the main room, are included in the sale. 

The improvements cost an estimated $1.9 million, and they featured an extra 2,000 square feet with the show’s signature orange kitchen and floating staircase.

This house has been in the same family since 1973 until it was sold in 2018.

Discovery’s long-running campaign to supply food to millions of children in need in the United States is called Turn Up: Fight Hunger, and the network plans to donate a percentage of the earnings from the sale of the mansion to the cause.