Fans Pay Tribute To Bob Saget At SF’s ‘Full House’ Victorian Home

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Fans Pay Tribute To Bob Saget At SF’s ‘Full House’ Victorian Home

Fans gathered at San Francisco’s famous Full House Victorian home to pay tribute to Bob Saget, who was found dead this weekend in a Orlando hotel room at the age of 65.

The Full House house is an SF historical landmark at 1709 Broderick Street in Lower Pac Heights. Fans have gathered there to mourn Saget’s death since news broke Sunday, leaving flowers and other items in his memory. Scott Lucas told ABC7 that he left beer for Bob Saget and white bread for Danny Tanner, Saget’s character on the popular sitcom.

Saget was in Orlando for his “I Don’t Do Negative Comedy Tour.” He posted Saturday on Instagram in good spirits, writing, “I’m back in comedy like I was when I was 26. I guess I’m finding my new voice and loving every moment of it.”

His cause of death is still unknown, but authorities have stated that there is no evidence of foul play or drug use.

Saget’s death was a complete shock to many, including John Stamos, his Full House co-star and friend. “I will never ever have another friend like him,” Stamos wrote on Twitter.


Saget’s San Francisco connection is treasured by countless Bay Area fans. The Full House house featured in the show’s opening credits for years alongside SF landmarks including Lombard Street and Fisherman’s Wharf. The show itself was filmed in a studio, and the house is a private residence, but it’s still unmistakable even decades after the show ended.

You can find the Full House Victorian home at 1709 Broderick St in Lower Pacific Heights.


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