It may be "a story, about a man named Brady," but this time around it's a show about a house. An iconic house, of course: The cast of "The Brady Bunch" just reunited to launch the HGTV series, "A Very Brady Renovation," that will feature an overhaul of the iconic Los Angeles home that was used as the exterior for the beloved TV series.
All six of the original Brady children (Barry Williams, Maureen McCormick, Christopher Knight, Eve Plumb, Mike Lookinland and Susan Olsen) were joined by HGTV personalities like the Property Brothers Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott, as well as Lara Spencer and Mina Starsiak, to kick off the home renovation show, which is expected to air in September 2019, according to Deadline. The show will depict the renovation of the Studio City home.
While the house's exterior became synonymous with the cheesy-yet-lovable '70s sitcom, the interior home shots were filled on a Los Angeles soundstage, so you may want to forget about lining up on that iconic stairwell for a photo shoot like the Brady kids. Word is that Marcia Brady herself (real name: Maureen McCormack) even considered purchasing the home. Of course, McCormack wasn't the only one gunning for the house; N*SYNC alum Lance Bass wanted it too, but was ultimately outbid for the beloved property by HGTV. The network scored the home for a whopping $3.5 million, almost double the initial $1.88 million asking price, PEOPLE reported.
The 2500-square-foot home, which was designed by Mike Brady himself (you know, on the show) is a five-bed, three-bath property on a quiet block. Located on a 12,500-square-foot lot, the property features its iconic mid-century design and a lushly landscaped backyard. Unique features includes a master suite on both floors of the home, as well as an open concept floor plan featuring roomy entertaining spaces that flow from one to the next.