HGTV lists ‘Brady Bunch’ house in California for $5.5M
For fans of the beloved sitcom “The Brady Bunch,” there is now a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: the chance to own the iconic Brady house. Warner Bros. Discovery, the parent company of HGTV, recently announced that the home, located at 11222 Dilling St. in Studio City, California, is up for sale at a price of $5.5 million.
The Brady house holds a special place in the hearts of fans of the show, which ran from 1969 to 1974 and followed the lives of the blended Brady family. Although the interiors of the home were actually filmed on a Hollywood soundstage, the exterior of the house was featured prominently in the show’s opening credits and remains instantly recognizable.
HGTV purchased the property in 2018 for $3.5 million, and quickly set out to transform it into a replica of the Brady house as seen on the show. This massive renovation included adding a second story and gutting the interior, ultimately costing the network $1.9 million.
The results of the renovation were featured on the 2019 event series “A Very Brady Renovation,” hosted by Drew and Jonathan Scott of “Property Brothers” fame. The show brought together the six actors who played the Brady kids, as well as a crew of experts, to recreate the iconic interiors of the house.
Now, fans of the show have the chance to own a piece of television history. The listing images show off the renovated interiors, including a midcentury modern-looking entryway, a kitchen with wooden cabinets and period appliances, and the familiar Jack-n-Jill bathroom shared by the Brady boys and girls.
HGTV will be donating a portion of the sale proceeds to Turn Up! Fight Hunger, a partnership with No Kid Hungry. The network will also sell many of the home’s contents, including the famous green floral living room couch.
For those interested in owning a piece of the Brady legacy, contact Danny Brown at Compass to schedule a viewing.
Q: Was the interior of the Brady house filmed on location?
A: No, the interior scenes were filmed on a soundstage at Paramount Studios. However, HGTV did recreate the interior of the house to match the set seen on the show.
Q: How much did HGTV spend on renovating the house?
A: The network spent $1.9 million on renovations to the home, including adding a second story and gutting the interior.
Q: Will any of the home’s contents be sold with the property?
A: Yes, HGTV will be selling many of the home’s contents, including the famous green floral living room couch.
Q: Will the sale of the property benefit any charitable organizations?
A: Yes, a portion of the sale proceeds will be donated to Turn Up! Fight Hunger, a partnership with No Kid Hungry.
California’s ‘Brady Bunch’ House Listed by HGTV for $5.5 Million.
HGTV, the television network, has listed the recognizable house from the iconic sitcom “The Brady Bunch” for sale at $5.5 million, offering fans a chance to own a serious part of television history. The property, located in Studio City, California at 11222 Dilling St., was purchased by HGTV in 2018 for $3.5 million, with a total of $1.9 million spent on renovations to recreate the show’s set design. The renovation was featured in the 2019 event series “A Very Brady Renovation,” hosted by Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott, which drew more than 28 million viewers. The property was also used for other HGTV specials and series. A portion of the sale proceeds will be donated to Turn Up! Fight Hunger, a partnership with No Kid Hungry. The network will also sell some of the home’s contents, including the iconic green floral living room couch. The listing is managed by Danny Brown at Compass.