The Brady Bunch House Renovation is Complete – And It Takes Us Back To The 70s
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On July 21st, 2018, the iconic 1970s-style ranch house, used for exterior shots of The Brady Bunch 1970s TV series, hit the market for $1.88 million in Studio City, California. The home received multiple offers, but HGTV sealed the deal, landing the highest bid at $3.5 million.
After purchasing the home, various HGTV crew members (including Property Brothers twins, Desert Flippers couple, Good Bones mother-daughter duo, and others) worked to rebuild the house to its full 70s grandeur – and, they just announced that the renovation is finally complete! 🙌🏻
HGTV documented the entire renovation and restoration process which will debut in a new 20-episode HGTV series, A Very Brady Renovation, scheduled to air September 2019. The Brady Bunch siblings even reunited at the original home on November 1st, 2018 (as seen above).
Until the launch of the show, be sure to watch a few behind-the-scenes short videos, “Building Brady,” on the show’s Facebook page. Also, here are a few incredible photos from the reveal!
A view of the newly renovated living room in the original Brady house in Studio City, California, as seen on A Very Brady Renovation.
A view of the iconic staircase in the newly renovated Brady house, in the original Brady house in Studio City, California, as seen on A Very Brady Renovation.
A view of the newly renovated backyard in the original Brady house in Studio City, California, as seen on A Very Brady Renovation.