(FOX NEWS) -- For years, the iconic house featured in the popular sitcom “The Brady Brunch” has drawn in a steady stream of fans hoping to pose for photos in front of the property. And now, the home is up for sale for nearly $1.9 million — though it's possible the buyers would want to tear it down.
The two-bedroom, three-bathroom split-level home in Los Angeles' Studio City neighborhood was put up for sale for $1.855 million after the children of the original homeowners, George and Violet McCallister, decided to sell the property when their parents died. The McCallisters purchased the home in 1973 for $61,000, records showed.
But before they moved in, the house already gained notoriety as the exterior of the Brady family home, as seen on “The Brady Bunch" during its run between September 1969 to March 1974.
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