It’s one of TV’s most famous houses.
The iconic exterior of “The Brady Bunch” house — a real home with real, non-Brady residents in Los Angeles’s San Fernando Valley — was featured in the credits of every episode of the classic sitcom (after the pilot episode). And ever since the show’s run from September 1969 to March 1974, the house has symbolized TV family wholesomeness. People travel from around the world get a glimpse of it.
Recently, the home went on the market, and a frenzy broke out among potential buyers. They all wanted a piece of TV history, not to mention a pretty great slice of Los Angeles real estate.
Here’s the story behind the house itself, and the stir is caused when it went up for sale. And why you’ll see it on your TV again soon.