Brady Bunch house listed for $5.5 million after HGTV flip
HGTV spent an estimated $1.9 million on renovating the home.
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The "Brady Bunch" house is being sold by HGTV for $5.5 million after the television network bought the home and massively renovated it.
HGTV purchased the 11222 Dilling Street, Los Angeles home featured in the classic sitcom for $3.5 million in 2018. The home, originally built in 1959, was placed on the market Tuesday, according to its listing page through Compass real estate.
The Warner Bros. Discovery-owned network restored the facade and gutted its interiors and documented it in the 2019 series "A Very Brady Renovation." The remodel included adding a second story and recreating the living room, kitchen, bedrooms and yard which were all featured on the show and only existed on a Paramount Studios lot, per The Hollywood Reporter.
HGTV spent an estimated $1.9 million on the renovations, which also included adding 2,000 square feet to the house and installing the show's iconic floating staircase and orange kitchen.
Before the home was sold in 2018, it had not changed owners since 1973.
The network had since used the home in specials and other series but is now planning on putting a portion of the proceeds toward Turn Up: Fight Hunger, which is Discovery's longtime initiative to feed millions of children living with hunger throughout the United States. The sale also includes much of the home's contents, including a green floral couch in the living room.
Madeleine Hubbard is an international correspondent for Just the News. Follow her on Twitter or Instagram.
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