A very Brady listing has hit the Los Angeles market for the first time in almost 50 years.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom Los Angeles home served as the facade for the “The Brady Bunch,” the popular sitcom that aired from 1969 to 1974 and is still widely syndicated..Outdoor shots of the home were used in the opening and closing scenes for the show, although scenes inside the home were filmed on set.

The home, in Studio City, was listed Wednesday for $1.885 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. Ernie Carswell of Douglas Elliman Real Estate has the listing. He did not respond to request for comment.

Aside from the White House, the 2,477-square-foot ranch-style spot is the second-most photographed home in the U.S., according to the listing. Upward of 30 people roll by the home daily, Mr. Carswell told the Times, and visitors can post photos to the home’s dedicated Yelp page.

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Aside from the fans, the house is located on a quiet residential block, and features a large backyard, gazebo, patio and gardens. Its more than 12,500-square-foot lot is one of the largest in the area, according to the listing, and the house borders the Los Angeles River.

The 1970s style has been preserved throughout, including wood paneling and bold wallpapers. There are two master suites, one on each level, and several entertainment areas with high ceilings and exposed beams, according to the listing.

Downstairs, the family room was expanded after the original construction, the listing said. There’s also a gated motor court and a separate garage, which was converted into a partial living space.

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Violet and George McCallister purchased the house in 1973 for $61,000, according to public records. They have both died, and their children are selling the home, according to the Times. The family did not respond to requests for comment.  

The couple had five sons of their own, so the house was almost as crowded as if they Bradys had actually lived there.

Plus, the home “is a perfect postcard of American ’70s style,” according to the listing.