‘Brady Bunch’ House For Sale - But May Be Torn Down

‘Brady Bunch’ House For Sale - But May Be Torn Down

The Studio City home known as "The Brady Bunch house" because its exteriors were used on the show is on the market for the first time in almost 50 years.

"The Brady Bunch" ran from September 1969 to March 1974.

The home is 2,500 square feet on a 12,000-foot lot, and it can be yours for $1.8 million.

According to the Zillow listing, it's the second-most photographed home in the USA after the White House.

The house, which is situated in the Studio City suburb of Los Angeles, is now on the market for the first time in 45 years.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in the Studio City neighborhood is located along the Los Angeles River, CBS Los Angeles reports.

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.

Unsurprisingly, the home's listing agent, Ernie Carswell, told the Los Angeles Times that he expects to receive as many as 500 calls a day from people eager to see the home for purely personal entertainment reasons, as up to 50 Brady Bunch fans pass by the home on a daily basis to take pictures of its exterior. So the famously-blended family didn't actually "live" inside the house, but its exterior has become so famous, it even has its own Yelp page. The Brady's house stands out from the homes in the area.

A low brick wall was added to the home in the years after the series' debut, after looky-loos started going straight up to the home's front door. The owners have died and their children are selling, the Los Angeles Times reported. Carswell went on to say he and his team are braced for an onslaught of pop-culture obsessed looky-loos mixed with serious enquiries and plans to weed out the chafe by making the property available to show by appointment only.