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Full House Victorian For Sale

Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by sum_random_dork, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. Feb 1, 2010 #1 of 13
    sum_random_dork

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    The house used in the TV show Full House is for sale. Anyone have $4 mill in their back pocket and want the house?
     
  2. Feb 1, 2010 #2 of 13
    dpeters11

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    Well not quite. This is one of the houses from the opening credits, not the exterior of the house where they lived. But it is quite a historic house, though you likely would have a lot of people taking pictures of it.

    Now if they actually filmed in a house that was for sale, that'd be kind of cool.
     
  3. Feb 1, 2010 #3 of 13
    phrelin

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    Yep, your opportunity to snatch up a 4br 2ba single family home with a small garage for $3.99 million.

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    Because of Prop 13 your taxes will only be about $3,500 a month and homeowners insurance with earthquake coverage would probably kick it up a bit, say to $4,200 a month. With utilities you could live there for $4,500 a month assuming you had the cash to buy it outright.:D
     
  4. Feb 1, 2010 #4 of 13
    dpeters11

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    If you have $4 mill in cash, whats another $4500 a month?
     
  5. Feb 1, 2010 #5 of 13
    BattleZone

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    I love how TV families always managed to live in multimillion-dollar properties on regular-Joe incomes. I'd guess that the average DBSTalk.com member's monthly mortgage payment would be lucky to get you a 500 sq foot studio in a neighborhood like the one pictured in San Francisco...
     
  6. Feb 1, 2010 #6 of 13
    sum_random_dork

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    I found it funny Zillow has the has the house worth about 1.5 million but they want 4 for it.
     
  7. Feb 2, 2010 #7 of 13
    djlong

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    Wow. $3500/mo in property taxes.. Oddly enough, I have a 4BR, 2 1/2 bath with a large 2-car garage. I pay about $3500/YEAR in property taxes.
     
  8. Feb 2, 2010 #8 of 13
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    Wonder if this famous house in San Francisco is for sale again...
     

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  9. Feb 2, 2010 #9 of 13
    dpeters11

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    New Hampshire is a bit different though isn't it? One of the lowest tax states in the country?

    Though my parents live in Tennessee, and they pay about $1000 a year, 3BR 2 1/2 bath on 20 acres. But unlike NH, there's a sales tax.
     
  10. djlong

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    NH has an interesting tax structure. We think our property taxes are kind of high but have no state sales or income tax. However, over the past 15 years, I've been noticing that other states have caught up and passed us when it comes to property tax rates.
     
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    By the way...the photo that I referenced in post # 8 is of the house that was used for the movie Mrs. Doubtfire.
     
  12. Lee L

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    Zillow is notorious for being way off. I will beleive them more when they finally get my house on the right street. Up till last year it was showing in the wrong neighborhood even.
     
  13. steve053

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    I'd kill for that tax structure. Try Wisconsin on for size:

    I have a 3 bed, 1 bath ranch on less than a 1/4 acre and property taxes are $4k/year. Plus 4-6% state income tax, plus 5.5% State sales tax, plus 0.01% - 0.05% county tax. Don't get me started on all of the new State taxes that kicked in this year.
     

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