The Property Brothers Renovated 'The Brady Bunch' House and Now You Can Live There – Yahoo News

Anyone who’s daydreamed of living in The Brady Bunch house now has the chance to: HGTV put the Los Angeles home on the market for $5.5 million. Better yet, it comes with much of what’s inside—including replicated set design pieces from the popular sitcom.
Located in Studio City, California, the home served as the exterior of the house in The Brady Bunch. HGTV originally purchased the home in 2018 for $3.5 million. In 2019, the network invested $1.9 million to transform the home as part of its series A Very Brady Renovation. On it, hosts Drew and Jonathan Scott worked with the cast members who played the six Brady kids to make the interiors look like the sets on the show.
Upon hearing that the home is for sale, the Property Brothers stars shared throwback photos from their time working on the renovation with the cast. "It was such a blast to work on a 'A Very Brady Renovation' to bring the insides of this iconic home to life," they wrote in the caption. "We know that it's future owners will be a bunch of happy folks!"
Built in 1959, the mid-century modern home includes five bedrooms and five bathrooms across a total of 5,140 square feet. The renovation involved adding 2,000 square feet (including a full second story!) to the home's original footprint, constructing the iconic floating staircase, creating the burnt orange and avocado green kitchen, and designing the kids’ Jack and Jill bathroom. Outside, the backyard was outfitted with a swing set, teeter-totter, and Tiger’s dog house.
Iconic items like the green floral living room sofa and the credenza topped with a 3-D printed horse sculpture are included in the listing, which is managed by Danny Brown at Compass. The listing description notes that some items may not be included and "fireplaces and some appliances/fixtures are decorative only," so be prepared to make your own updates in those cases should you want working alternatives.
From the sale, HGTV plans to donate part of the proceeds to Turn Up! Fight Hunger—a partnership between No Kid Hungry and Warner Bros. Discovery that helps kids living with hunger in the U.S.—to provide up to 250,000 meals. So if you're itching to live in a 1970s sitcom fantasy while technically helping kids in need, snag this opportunity while you can! Or simply use it as inspiration for your own TV-inspired home makeover and donation.
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