Tour Buses Banned From Driving Past The “Full House” House In San Francisco

By Felicia Czochanski on July 18, 2018
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The city of San Francisco has banned commercial vehicles, vehicles that fit 9 or more people, from Broderick Street after getting several complaints from neighbors. They say the popularity of the “Full House” house led to double parking, lots of traffic and traffic hazards for residents. While the actual 90s show was not used for filming, the outside of the home was shown and is also being used in the Netflix reboot, “Fuller House.” And, I didn’t know this, maybe you did? The popular home was bought for more than $4 million in 2016, by the person who created the show.

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