The network bought the home In 2018, (famously outbidding Lance Bass) for $3.5 million, almost double the listing price. The iconic facade was used for exterior shots on the sitcom, but its interior scenes had been filmed on a soundstage, so the inside of the real house didn't match what viewers remember.
Why is HGTV selling The Brady Bunch house?
Trahan said she thinks the network overpaid for the house in 2018 when it became embroiled in a bidding war with former NSYNC member Lance Bass. According to WSJ, homes on that block in Studio City are typically priced between $1-$3 million.
Does HGTV still own the Brady house?
The "Brady Bunch" house, one of the most recognizable homes in TV history, is officially off the market. On Sept. 11, about four months after HGTV put it up for sale, the iconic home was bought. Compass listing agent Danny Brown confirmed the deal was finalized in an email sent to TODAY.com.
Who bought the Brady house from HGTV?
Who pays for the houses on HGTV?
There's a common assumption that making it on a show comes with a free renovation, or at least discounted goods. On the contrary, homeowners have to come up with the money for the projects.
How much did it cost to renovate The Brady Bunch house?
After months on the market, 'The Brady Bunch' house sells for $3.2 million HGTV, which bought the house in 2018, paid well over asking then poured nearly $2 million into a renovation to recreate the 1970s set.