The house from the famous series The Brady Bunch is back on the market five years after HGTV bought the house and renovated it with retro authenticity.
HGTV lowered a $3.5 million bid for the Studio City, California, home in 2018, doubling its asking price, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Created by Sherwood Schwartz, the series initially ran for 117 episodes from 1969 to 1974 and spawned a number of spin-offs, movies, and specials.
It starred the late Robert Reed and Florence Henderson as parents Mike and Carol Brady, the late Ann B. Davis as maid Alice, and Carol’s daughters Marcia, Jan and Cindy (Maureen McCormick, Eve Plumb, Susan Olsen) and Mike’s sons Greg, Peter and Bobby (Barry Williams, Christopher Knight, Mike Lookinland).
Following the purchase, HGTV undertook a major renovation of the mid-century home, recreating the home’s interior and exterior as seen in the hit TV series, which has run in syndication for decades.
The latest: The house from the famous series The Brady Bunch is back on the market five years after HGTV bought the house and renovated it with retro authenticity
The cast of the television series Sherwood Schwartz, which ran from 1969 to 1974, was pictured on the steps of the house
The network, which is owned by Warner Bros. Discovery, has significantly upgraded the house and also added a second floor.
The second level is an exact replica of what was seen in the series, including the living room and bedrooms, as the scenes in the final areas were shot at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles.
HGTV aired the home’s remodeling during its 2019 special A Very Brady Renovation, which received strong ratings and an estimated 28 million viewers over four weeks, according to the outlet.
The TV network poured $1.9 million into the remodel, revamping the home’s signature floating staircase and retro kitchen, adding another 2,000 square feet to the property, THR reported.
The network has featured the residence, located at 11222 Dilling Street, in specials and on the Discovery+ reality series Trixie Motel.
With a portion of the proceeds from the sale, HGTV will donate to Turn Up: fight hungerthe partnership with the charity No Kid Hungry, which aims to eradicate hunger among children in the US
HGTV lowered a $3.5 million bid for the Studio City, California home in 2018, doubling its asking price
The TV network poured $1.9 million into remodeling, refurbishing the home’s signature floating staircase and retro kitchen, putting another 2,000 square feet on the property
The remodeled home is a unique blend of modern amenities with retro nostalgia
The second level is an exact replica of what was seen in the series, including the living room and bedrooms, as the scenes in those areas were shot at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles
The house has been renovated in every detail, such as the Warner Bros. subsidiary. Discovery documented the remodel on the 2019 special A Very Brady Renovation
The 2019 special received strong ratings and an estimated 28 million viewers over four weeks
The living room in the house is adjacent to the stairwell and dining area
The backyard of the famous TV house is seen with manicured shrubbery as it is drenched in the Southern California sun
The home’s 2018 sale marked the first time it had hit the market in 45 years, as it was last purchased in 1973, according to the report.
The home first hit the market at an asking price of $1.85 million, with NSYNC singer Lance Bass among those who brought bids down, while HGTV prevailed in the real estate showdown.
Among the in-house mementos included with the purchase are a green floral-patterned couch on display in the living room, and a horse sculpture on the show that was recreated via 3D printing.