The house, which is situated in the Studio City suburb of Los Angeles, is now on the market for the first time in 45 years.
The Studio City home known as "The Brady Bunch house" because its exteriors were used on the show is on the market for the first time in almost 50 years.
'Finally got to see the Brady Bunch house, and couldn't help but feel nostalgic.
In 2016 burglars reportedly ransacked the house while the owner was home.
However, Carswell said, the couple's children, who are selling the house, are giving preference to buyers who intend to preserve the iconic home as it is. That means this is the first time the house will have changed hands since "The Brady Bunch" was still in its heyday.
But, interior pictures show it still features decor from the 70s including floral wallpaper, wood-paneled walls, and a vintage "MusiCall" intercom system.
Real estate agent Ernie Carswell tells the Los Angeles Times the house has been updated and upgraded, but the interior layout does not resemble what was featured on the show, which ran from 1969 to 1974. They will only be showing the home by appointment in hopes of weeding out the voyeurs from the serious buyers.
The home has approximately 2,477 square feet of living space - which may not include the add-on garage-turned-downstairs family room expansion - and sits on a 12,500-square-foot lot, which is said to be one of the largest lots in the neighborhood. The house may not belong to the Brady family, but it is still a symbol of the re-married parents, six kids and quirky housekeeper that millions of Americans invited into their own homes back in the day.