The well-known “Brady Bunch” home is lastly off the market and within the possession of a brand new proprietor — who’s additionally well-versed within the TV biz, and who obtained this pet for a steal.
Compass actual property agent Danny Brown — who held this itemizing on behalf of HGTV, which had been attempting to promote this place all all through the summer season — tells TMZ … the North Hollywood property simply closed escrow, and went for a cool $3.2 million.
The brand new title holder … rich residence collector Tina Trahan, who’s married to ex-HBO chief Chris Albrecht. It is a House Field Workplace deal, certainly — ‘trigger Trahan saved a fortune based mostly on what the community was initially asking for the property.
Bear in mind, when this pad first went up for grabs in Could … HGTV had listed it at $5.5 million — this after they’d purchased it in 2018 for $3.5 mil for his or her sequence, “A Very Brady Renovation.”
Not solely did HGTV not come anyplace near what it initially needed, however the community really seems to have taken a loss on the house. Here is hoping the scores for his or her present paid off, ‘trigger HGTV did a ton of labor on this place, inside and outside.
As you may know, it was really simply the outside of this residence that was used within the well-known sitcom again then — with many of the inside scenes being shot on a sound stage.
The entire premise of this HGTV sequence, although, was to make the inside of this home match what folks noticed on TV … and so they pulled it off after which some, pouring a good quantity of dough into fully redoing the place. That is why their settling worth is fascinating.
Nonetheless, Danny’s stoked — saying, “This was the craziest deal of my profession. There isn’t any option to comp a home like this. Am I going to match to the ‘House Alone’ home or Larry David’s home on ‘Curb?’ In the end it went to the suitable purchaser. A collector who will use it for occasions and fundraisers and be the steward of an iconic piece of popular culture historical past.”