'A Very Brady Renovation': 5 things you need to know about the iconic house from the popular 70s show

The house is the second most photographed house in the United States after the White House


                            'A Very Brady Renovation': 5 things you need to know about the iconic house from the popular 70s show
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During the late 60s and 70s, the 'Brady Bunch' show had viewers hooked to the screen.

The iconic house on the show was home to the Brady family from 1969 to 1974. The house is located at 11222 Dilling Street in Studio City, California. Reelz's latest documentary 'The Brady Bunch: Behind Closed Doors' is a shot of nostalgia bringing back all that went on inside the Brady house.

The show 'Brady Bunch' was hugely popular between the 60s and 70s (Getty Images)

These are 5 things you should know about the famous house: 

Only used for exterior shots 

The famous 'Brady Bunch' house's scenes were shot at a sound stage and not at the actual house. The actual home was only used for exterior shots. According to Deadline, the actual home has only three bedrooms and given that there are 6 siblings, there is no way that the house would have sufficed. 

The cast asked for help to source decor for the house 

The cast members of the show had sent out an all-call in order to try and help source recognizable items from the home when HGTV started to film 'A Very Brady Renovation'. The treasures found were rounded up and kept in a gallery. 

Maureen McCormick considered buying it

Cast member and actor Maureen McCormick who had played the role of the oldest sister, Marcia Brady, had revealed that she would have loved to have bought the house for herself. However, she quickly backed out after learning that there was a lot of competition to buy the property. 

Only celebrities can tour the house 

Currently, it is not possible to tour the iconic 'Brady Bunch' house much to the disappointment of fans and followers. No tours of the house have been offered to the public. Tours are limited to celebrities who are the only ones lucky enough to get to tour the house. Bravo's Andy Cohen and the Irwin family-Terri, Robert, Bindi and her fiance Chandler Powell have stopped by the house.

The second most photographed home in the US

The 'Brady Bunch' house is the second most photographed home in the United States with the White House being the most photographed one.

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