The iconic Brady house is for sale

Producers picked the Studio City home because it looked relatable and middle-class. In a 1994 interview, Los Angeles Times, series creator Sherwood Schwartz said the house also fit the bill because it looked like something an architect (Mr. Brady) would live in. 

The owner during the filming downsized and the next owner had to have a fence built around the yard to keep over-zealous fans from peeking into the windows, hoping to catch a glimpse of the Brady home, though the interiors were shot in a studio. Owners have said rarely does a day go by that they don’t spot a tourist taking a photo or, better yet, knocking on the door to ensure they’ve got the right address (11222 Dilling Street, that is).

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