There are plenty of “Full House” fans out there, but apparently none with pockets deep enough to buy the show’s famous home.

The San Francisco Victorian — used to portray the Tanner family’s residence in the famous sitcom — listed last year for $5.999 million. With no takers, it’s back on the market for half a million less.

It’s owned by the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, who paid $4 million for it in 2016 and began a dramatic facelift, remodeling the living spaces with modern style and high-end finishes. The bright red door that it boasted in the show, however, has been painted a darker shade.

The San Francisco Victorian was used to portray the Tanner family’s residence in the sitcom “Full House.” (Christopher Stark/TNS)
The San Francisco Victorian was used to portray the Tanner family’s residence in the sitcom “Full House.” (Christopher Stark/TNS)

Built in 1883 by Charles Hinkel Lewis, the eye-catching abode spans three stories in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood. Inside, modern fixtures, crown molding, high ceilings and hardwood floors fill the elegant living spaces.

There’s a living room with a marble fireplace, a lounge with built-ins, a den with a wet bar and a sunny dining area. The center-island kitchen provides visual contrast with royal blue cabinetry, subway tile and skylights.

Upstairs, the master suite features a walk-in closet and stylish bathroom. It’s one of four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in about 3,700 square feet. Out back, an English garden with manicured hedges holds a dining area.