The last time Jodie Sweetin stood on the steps outside the red-doored Victorian row house featured in the “Full House” opening credits, she was about 6 years old.
The actress, 34, remembers it vividly.
She had just wrapped the first season of the series and went to San Francisco with her parents for a family vacation. Her mother got the address for the now iconic house from the show’s creator Jeff Franklin so they could pay a quick visit.
Sweetin still has the hastily snapped photo her mom took of her, clad in a pink sweater, standing on the front steps.
“I haven’t been here since,” Sweetin told CNN on a chilly afternoon last week as she and the cast gathered at the home to celebrate Season 2 of the spin-off “Fuller House.” “It’s great to be back.”
The cast reunion at the house was made possible by Franklin, who recently purchased the home for about $4 million.
Franklin admitted it was a surreal experience seeing the new and legacy cast members at the home.
In the new series, which debuted its first season back in February, Candace Cameron Bure plays a widowed DJ Fuller who is raising three boys with the help of her sister (Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber).
The three leads were joined by Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Scott Weinger and the children and adult actors from “Fuller House” at the event.
“It’s a great moment for me,” he said. “I just felt like we should keep this house in the family.”