"Here's a story of a lovely lady" and the house you can purchase for nearly $2 million.
This Studio City, Calif., home is known as “The Brady Bunch" house because its exteriors were used on the popular television show, which aired between 1969-1974 and has since been shown in syndication.
The real estate agent handling the home, Ernie Carswell, said the home on Dilling Street in Los Angeles is "the second most photographed home in the United States, after the White House."
The house is on the market for the first time in almost 50 years. It was sold in 1973 for $60,000.
The three-bedroom, three-bath house is listed at $1,885,000, according to Zillow, and it's in pristine 1970s condition.
But the interiors don't look like the Brady's TV house, which was home to Mr. and Mrs. Brady and their blended family of Marcia, Jan, Cindy, Greg, Peter and Bobby -- along with live-in housekeeper Alice.
The exteriors were used in the sitcom, but the interiors were shot on a Hollywood sound stage.
To view the listing on Zillow, click here.