Anyone in real estate will tell you that location, location, location matters.
But in the case of a five-bedroom, five-bathroom Los Angeles suburban home that just hit the market, it’s all about Marcia, Marcia, Marcia.
Brady Bunch’s real-life home, which served as the exterior of the home and where TV viewers could watch kids break their noses, hit puberty and were served an alarming amount of meatloaf by their housekeeper, Alice, is for sale.
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The home at 11222 Dilling Street in North Hollywood, California was listed on HGTV for $5.5 million by its owner, who previously purchased the home in 2018 for the purposes of a television series titled A Very Brady Renovation.
And while the interior decor doesn’t quite match the home we TV addicts came to know and love in the ’60s and ’70s, HGTV’s renovation came damn close to replicating the groovy eatery.
“The standout features of the completed home include the iconic floating staircase, burnt orange and avocado green kitchen, Jack-n-Jill kids’ bathroom, and a backyard with a swing, seesaw, and Tiger’s kennel. ” according to the press release. HGTV says it invested $1.9 million in construction, adding 2,000 square feet to the original footprint of the property, including a full second story.
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To add even more extravagance, HGTV says it will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale to provide up to 250,000 meals Turn up! Fight hungerthat aims to help children in America affected by food insecurity.
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In 2018, former NSYNC member Lance Bass’ boy band heart broke in two when he thought he’d won the house before HGTV made an offer the sellers couldn’t refuse. “Here’s the story of a shady Brady,” Bass wrote in one Instagram post that is no longer available.
As Greg Brady would say, this is “a real bastard”.