The secret company buyer who outbid Lance Bass for the long-lasting “Brady Bunch” house is a thriller not.
David Zaslav, CEO of HGTV’s dad or mum firm, Discovery, introduced throughout a Tuesday name with buyers that the community had bought the Studio Metropolis, California, house and can be restoring it to its “1970s glory,” Selection reported.
“I’m excited to share that HGTV is the profitable bidder and can restore the ‘Brady Bunch’ house to its 1970s glory as solely HGTV can,” stated Zaslav. “Extra particulars to come back over the subsequent few months, however we’ll deliver all of the sources to bear to inform protected, enjoyable tales with this beloved piece of American TV historical past.”
On Sunday, the previous N*SYNC crooner griped that his goals of proudly owning the house had gone “Bye bye bye” when an actual property agent pulled the rug out from below him and canceled his profitable bid of “manner over the asking value” of $1.885 million.
“The identical agent knowledgeable us that there’s one other Company Buyer (Hollywood studio) who desires the home at any value,” he wrote on Fb. “We have been ready to go even larger however completely discouraged by the sellers agent, they are going to outperform any bid with limitless sources.”
“How is that this honest or authorized??” Bass, 39, added.
The three-bedroom, three-bathroom residence supplied the outside for photographs of the house the place Carol and Mike Brady raised their household of her three daughters and his three sons on ABC’s “The Brady Bunch,” which ran for 5 seasons between 1969 and 1974.
Itemizing agent Douglas Elliman referred to as the two,477-square-foot house the “second-most-photographed house in the US after the White Home.”
Discovery’s Zaslav didn’t give a way of what sort of present or program HGTV may use the house for or whether or not it could embody any former “Brady Bunch” actors.