(Daily Mail) It starred the late Robert Reed and Florence Henderson as parents Mike and Carol Brady, the late Ann B. Davis as the maid Alice, and Carol’s daughters Marcia, Jan and Cindy (Maureen McCormick, Eve Plumb, Susan Olsen) and Mike’s sons Greg, Peter and Bobby (Barry Williams, Christopher Knight, Mike Lookinland).
Following the purchase, HGTV implemented a gut renovation of the midcentury-built house, recreating the interior and exterior of the house as seen on the popular TV series, which has run for decades in syndication.
The latest: The home featured on the famed series The Brady Bunch is back on the market, five years after HGTV purchased the dwelling and refurbished it with retro authenticity
The cast of the Sherwood Schwartz television series, which ran from 1969 through 1974, was pictured on the home’s staircase
The network, which is owned by Warner Bros. Discovery, upgraded the home considerably and also added a second story to it.
The second level is an exact replica of what was seen on the series, including the living room and bedrooms, as the scenes in the latter areas had been shot at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles.
HGTV televised the conversion of the home on its 2019 special A Very Brady Renovation, which garnered strong ratings and an estimated 28 million viewers spanning four weeks, according to the outlet.
The TV network put $1.9 million into remodeling, refurbishing the house’s trademark floating staircase and retro kitchen, putting another 2,000 square feet onto the property, THR reported.
The network has showcased the abode, located at 11222 Dilling Street, in specials and on the Discovery+ reality series Trixie Motel.
With a portion of the proceeds of the sale, HGTV will donate to Turn Up: Fight Hunger, its collaboration with the charitable organization No Kid Hungry, which aims to eradicate child hunger in the U.S.