"The Brady Bunch" interior shots were done in a studio.
The two-bedroom, three-bathroom residence boasts 2477 square feet on an approximately third-acre lot.
The inside of the home has been updated but still has touches that match the 1970s facade.
Records show George and Violet McCallister bought the home in 1973 for $61,000.
ZillowThe single family home from"The Brady Bunch show is for sale in California for $1,885,000
Real estate firm Douglas Elliman is bracing for a flood of interest, listing agent Ernie Carswell told the Los Angeles Times. The dated but well-maintained interiors of the residence, which do not adhere to the layout of the Brady family house, have an easy flow between rooms and are quintessentially 1970s with deep shag wall-to-wall carpeting, cheap pressed-wood paneling, nubby popcorn ceilings and myriad floral wall coverings.
The show originally ran on USA television from September 1969 to March 1974 but continues to enjoy a cult afterlife, thanks to repeats, spin-offs, reunions and films.
The Traditional-style home located near Los Angeles' Colfax Meadows neighborhood, is listed for $1.885 million, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Carswell said they hope to avoid razing the property. Francisco also explained the family "really doesn't want to sell it to a builder" and predicts "any builder would face such a tremendous backlash" if they demolished the home or changed its exterior.
'We're not going to accept the first big offer from a developer who wants to tear it down, ' Carswell said.