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After 50 Years Off the Market, ‘Brady Bunch’ House in Studio City Is Up For Sale

[dropcap size=big]I[/dropcap]f you’ve ever vegged out with reruns of The Brady Bunch, you might recognize the house the sunny Brady family lived in. Now the 1970s decor home in Studio City that was used as the facade of the family home is on sale and it’s going for $1.8 million.

The home, located in a section of Studio City bordering the Los Angeles River, is going for exactly $1.885 million, after almost 50 years of being off the market. The listing of the home says the house is the second most photographed home in the country after ... can you guess? The White House.  

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom house is 2,477 sq. feet and has a lot that is over 12,500 sq. feet. It was formerly owned by Violet and George McCallister, who purchased it for $61,000 in 1973, according to The Los Angeles Times.

Ernie Carswell, one of the property’s listing agents, told the L.A. Times, they expect an “avalanche” of interest in the property. “Emails, telephone calls — we may see upwards of 500 calls a day,” he said.

Carswell said they’ll wait to get an offer from someone that would like to maintain the home.  

“We’re not going to accept the first big offer from a developer who wants to tear it down,” he said. “We’re going to wait a few days, in case there are others who want to purchase it as an investment to preserve it.”

The Times noted that the house at 11222 Dilling St. even has its own Yelp page. 

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