Iconic 'Brady Bunch' house for sale after nearly 50 years

Iconic 'Brady Bunch' house for sale after nearly 50 years

The house, located in the Colfax Meadows neighborhood, was used for exterior shots of the titular family's home on The Brady Bunch, although the interior scenes were filmed in a studio.

The longtime owners of the split-level home in Studio City are asking $1.9 million, according the Los Angeles Times.

The series left the air after 177 episodes in 1974 but went on to become a huge hit in rerun syndication.

With two bedrooms and three bathrooms, the house is a good size for a small family, but would be a bit of a squeeze for three adults and six kids.

But, interior pictures show it still features decor from the 70s including floral wallpaper, wood-paneled walls, and a vintage "MusiCall" intercom system.

The home was purchased by Violet and George McCallister in 1973 for $61,000, the Times said, according to the Times.

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The groovy home of "The Brady Bunch" television show is for sale in California for $1,885,000.

The listing claims the Brady house is one of the most photographed houses in the U.S. While a hard claim to substantiate, there's no denying the 1959 home makes good Instagram fodder.

Over the last handful of years the neighborhood around the house has been inundated with deep-pocketed developers who buy and tear down old homes to build bigger, brand-new macmansions.

Deadline reports there's a chance that a developer could buy the property and tear down the house.

'Finally got to see the Brady Bunch house, and couldn't help but feel nostalgic.

The house will be shown by appointment only to stave off tourists. Hence the low brick wall surrounding the house today.

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