‘Full House’ creator Jeff Franklin’s posh home is on the market in San Francisco — take a peek inside

He's the creator of one of the most iconic sitcoms based on family life in the San Francisco area, and now, he's looking to empty house.

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Jeff Franklin, who we all have to thank for bringing us "Full House," has is own home in the Golden City, and he's ready to sell.

Here's a look inside, courtesy of The Agency:

Price: On request

Beds: 4

Baths: 4

Square feet: 3,728

The property has been “impeccably renovated to please even the most discerning tastes,” according to The Agency. Its sleek design comes with tall ceilings, skylights and a floor plan that allows natural light to flow throughout.

On the top floor, there is a master suite, with a walk-in closet and private bath. Below, on the main living level, is the kitchen with custom cabinetry and a fireplace accent.

“This 1883 Charles Hinkle Lewis, Dwell Magazine-featured residence was reimagined by famed architect Richard Landry,” Rachel Swann, a managing partner at The Agency San Francisco, told Fox Business.

“It seduces even the most discerning buyer with its elegant form and flow — from the decadent blue kitchen to the sumptuous master suite.”

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