If you have never watched even one (1) episode of The Brady Bunch, that family-values show your parents were OK with you watching because literally nothing remotely beyond G-rated ever happened in it, then you are maybe an alien.

Also LOL side note – who watched The Brady Bunch Movie? Fairly sure my parents thought that was going to be equally as G-rated and it was absolutely nooooooot (also what a movie, I’m gonna watch that tonight).

ANYWAY I digress. Aside from being all wholesome happy-land, The Brady Bunch (which ran from was also this wonderful 70’s masterpiece of both architecture and style. The house was iconic – it fit like 400 family members, so of course it was – but it was also iconic for it’s bungalow, California dream vibes.

That house was actually real, and although the interior scenes were of course filmed on a film set, the exterior was used for the show. Now, the Studio City house is up for sale for the first time in 40 years, and it’s pretty much a preserved 1970’s fantasy.

Credit: LA Times / Anthony Barcelo.

“This is a postcard of exactly what homes looked like in the 1970s,” Ernie Carswell, an agent behind the property listing, told Los Angeles Times.

Credit: LA Times / Anthony Barcelo.
Credit: LA Times / Anthony Barcelo.

The home is listed for $2.55 million AUD, so it’s actually *not* entirely outside of the possibility realm, no? Like if you had a v. generous parent to loan you some cashola, I mean.

Credit: LA Times / Anthony Barcelo.
Credit: LA Times / Anthony Barcelo.

Hopefully whoever buys the home retains it’s 70’s decor, at least for the most part.

Credit: LA Times / Anthony Barcelo.
Credit: LA Times / Anthony Barcelo.

“We’re not going to accept the first big offer from a developer who wants to tear it down,” Carswell said. “We’re going to wait a few days, in case there are others who want to purchase it as an investment to preserve it.”

Source: Los Angeles Times
Image: Anthony Barcelo / LA Times