It was used in the opening and closing shots of the classic sitcom, which ran from 1969 to 1974. It is listed as a landmark and historical building on Yelp, and now it's listed as a home for sale on Zillow.
But if you're looking for 1970s design, it's a dream home. The dated but well-maintained interiors of the residence, which do not adhere to the layout of the Brady family house, have an easy flow between rooms and are quintessentially 1970s with deep shag wall-to-wall carpeting, low-priced pressed-wood paneling, nubby popcorn ceilings and myriad floral wall coverings.
ZillowThe single family home from"The Brady Bunch show is for sale in California for $1,885,000
But the inside is not the same as the TV home of the Bradys, The show was filmed on a TV set. Fans of the show can't think of the Brady family without picturing the split-level home they "lived" in.
Carswell said they hope to avoid razing the property. "Emails, telephone calls - we may see upwards of 500 calls a day".
Carswell told the Times that even though the 12,500-square foot lot that is near the Los Angeles River has been target for tear downs and redevelopment, the owners are giving first consideration to bidders who will keep the home intact.
The home was owned by the same couple for 45 years.
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