The household’s interactions through the iconic 1970s sitcom had been all shot on a set. The house used for the outside photographs had an inside that appeared fully completely different.
That residence, which is within the Studio Metropolis neighborhood of Los Angeles, went up on the market for the primary time in 45 years final fall. At first, former *NSYNC member Lance Bass thought he had scored the home, however he then realized that HGTV had outbid him.
Now, the six actors who performed the children are serving to followers get a blast from the previous by recreating their previous home. They helped HGTV remodel the inside of the home proper right down to the main points, such because the vase that was damaged as a result of the children did not heed Carol Brady’s warning to not play ball in the home.
“It is like touring again in time however touring again in time and coming residence,” stated Barry Williams, who performed Greg.
For the unimaginable transformation, HGTV additionally enlisted eight of its hosts, together with Lara Spencer of “Good Morning America.” Working collectively for seven months, they added greater than 2,000 sq. ft of house to the home, which was initially one story.
In addition they requested for assist from followers discovering particular gadgets, such because the uncommon giraffe doll within the women’ room.
Williams stated he hopes the renovation offers followers “an expertise of what this home represented which is simply that. Getting alongside, speaking, trusting each other or within the phrases of Mike Brady: one for all and all for one.”
Although there was no official announcement about how the house will probably be used sooner or later, HGTV will air a particular in regards to the renovation in September. After that, the community says, there’s “extra enjoyable within the yr to come back.”
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