After more than 50 years, the home featured on the Brady Bunch sitcom is up for the sale for the price of $1.89 million.
Though interior shots from the "Brady Bunch" were filmed in a studio, the house retains echoes of Bradys-esque '70s decor, including a MusiCall intercom, floral wallpaper, wood paneling and stone fireplace, CBS News reports. "They might tear down, but the listing agent said the family was hoping to get someone to preserve the house, and at $1.85 (million), I don't know if a developer would pay that much".
The two-bedroom, three-bathroom residence boasts 2477 square feet on an approximately third-acre lot.
According to real estate site Zillow, the home was built in 1959 and last renovated in 1960, so it's no surprise that, despite some updates and upgrades to it over the years, the home's listing refers to it as being the 'perfect postcard of American 70's style and its special culture'.
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Records show George and Violet McCallister bought the home in 1973 for $61,000.
But if you're looking for 1970s design, it's a dream home. They're developers for the lot size.
The Studio City house was used to depict the exterior of "The Brady Bunch" family home.
Several homes in the area have been demolished recently, so the owners will give preference to bidders who want to keep the home intact, Carswell told the Los Angeles Times. "We're going to wait a few days, in case there are others who want to purchase it as an investment to preserve it".