The 'Brady Bunch House' Is Now for Sale

The Brady Bunch Home Is On Sale For $1.8 Million

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Oh look! An old-fashioned intercom system.

Its asking price of $1.885 million represents a big windfall for the current owners, who bought the property for $61,000 in 1973, according to purchase records, the Associated Press reports.

The Brady Bunch ran from 1969 to 1974, and is widely considered to be one of the most memorable family TV shows of all time.

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The three-bedroom, three-bathroom split-level is being listed for $1.885 million, and the McCallister's are reportedly giving preference to buyers who promise not to tear down the historic home.

According to ABC 7, this is the first time the home has been on the market in nearly 50 years. Levitus Francisco notes that these parties are likely looking at the atypically large lot size of 12,500 square feet.

"We're preparing for an avalanche", said Carswell to Tribune Media. "Emails, telephone calls - we may see upwards of 500 calls a day".

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The McCallisters never minded people who wanted to take pictures of the house, he said, until visitors started coming right up to the door.

A low brick wall was added to the home in the years after the series' debut, after looky-loos started going straight up to the home's front door.

The house will be shown by appointment only to stave off tourists.

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The outside of the adobe was frequently shown in between scenes and after the show's classic opening credits, which featured the family's faces and a catchy theme song written by creator Sherwood Schwartz himself. "We'd be inviting chaos".

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