What Is HGTV Doing with The Brady Bunch House?

A Very Brady Renovation is currently airing every Monday, but here's what will happen after the grand finale.

What Is HGTV Doing with "The Brady Bunch" House? - HGTV "A Very Brady Renovation"

Loyal Brady Bunch fans have followed The Brady Bunch house saga ever since the property hit the real estate market in the summer of 2018. Now, the limited TV series, A Very Brady Renovation, is in full swing and with only four episodes total, viewers are starting to wonder what HGTV will be doing with The Brady Bunch house after the grand finale. We did some digging, so you don't have to. Here are the quick answers.

What should I know about The Brady Bunch house?

The Brady Bunch house went up on the market for $1.8 million in July 2018—the first time in 50 years—and instantly garnered national attention. Located at 11222 Dilling Street in Studio City, California, The Brady Bunch house was originally a ranch-style, split-level home with 3-rooms, 3 baths and spanned 2,477 square feet. Its backyard was also an impressive 0.29 acres, one of the largest in the neighborhood.

Although it initially looked like NSYNC singer Lance Bass would be the new homeowner in August 2018, HGTV ultimately bought The Brady Bunch house for $3.5 million. In November 2018, the network began production for their new limited TV series, A Very Brady Renovation, with the six Brady kids working alongside eight HGTV stars to transform the home—famously used for exterior shots in ‘70s family sitcom—into a replica of the original Paramount Stage 5 set.

Can you tour The Brady Bunch house?

As of right now, no tours of The Brady Bunch house have been offered to the public. But there will definitely be Brady Bunch superfans staying in the renovated home. In July 2019, HGTV announced A Very Brady Contest, giving one lucky winner the chance to “live like a Brady.”

The contest ran from July 15 to September 11 and asked fans to submit a 30- to 90-second video sharing why they deserved to win the ultimate prize, which included a six-night stay at the house with seven guests from December 9 to 15, 2019. But if you didn’t get the opportunity to enter the contest, you can still help vote to determine who the grand prize winner will be, starting September 30.

Tours of The Brady Bunch house have been limited to celebrities, like Bass himself, who hasn’t given up on his dream of buying the property, and Bravo’s Andy Cohen. The Irwin family—Terri, Robert, Bindi and her fiancé, Chandler Powell—also stopped by the house, because of course, the Bradys are loved across the world!

But in actor Barry Williams’ opinion, it may be difficult to offer tours to everyone, because it’s a residential area and not commercially zoned. We'll just have to see if this changes!

Catch new episodes of A Very Brady Renovation on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on HGTV.

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