connectVideoIconic ‘Brady Bunch’ house for sale’, but can be broken
The home of the classic sitcom ‘The Brady Bunch’ is on sale for nearly $1.9 million, but some fear the buyers can tear the house down for new developments.
“The Brady Bunch” house renovation is officially complete and move in ready.
HGTV announced its plans to fully restore the beloved house (used to show the exterior photos) located in Studio City, Calif., in November last year. Designers and “Property Brothers” stars Drew and Jonathan Scott have been hard at work rebuilding the home’s interior and exterior to its former 1970s glory.
The Scotts also had the help of the original cast of “The Brady Bunch”, including Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Christopher Knight (Peter), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy).
According to HGTV, the Brady brothers and sisters gathered in the house of this week the film’s big reveal that will be part of the upcoming special,” A Very Brady Renovation,” about the renovation.
The special is set to premiere in September.
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When the Brady kids appeared on the “Today” show in April, McCormick said: “This whole show is filled with so much love, the crew, everyone behind — it is a work of love.”
“One of the nice things about the show, the sentimentality, the nostalgia,” Williams added. “Because if we go into the rooms, we reflect on what happened and the scenes that we have played.”
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Each cast member is assigned to a certain room to remodel and did his/her best in order for every little detail right.
“They are very specific about what there is in the house, they try to look exactly like the set, to the background,” Plumb said. “From the outside, the house looks totally the same.”
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Upon Discovery of Advance in April, the brothers Drew fans asked to help with the decorating process, because finding the authentic 70s furniture and decor items was more difficult than they initially expected.
They have admitted that they even went to the neighbors house and took a palm tree from the yard, because it was the exact one from the sitcom.