Maureen McCormick reveals she wanted to buy the iconic 'Brady Bunch' house
With the sale of the home that performed the outside to the house on “The Brady Bunch” settled and within the pocket of HGTV, one extremely similar megastar has printed that she virtually threw her hat within the ring to buy the valuables.
Maureen McCormick graced American TV monitors as Marcia Brady from 1969 to 1974. The megastar, now 62, confessed to People that she thought to be putting in place a bid for the $1.nine million two-bedroom, three-bathroom break up stage house in Los Angeles’ Studio Town community. Then again, as the general public would later be told, the foremost avid gamers vying for the acquisition made her rethink.
“When the entire thing came about, I’ve to mention that I in reality concept, ‘Gee, I want to purchase that space,’” McCormick stated.
Quickly after news broke that the home used to be going in the marketplace, it used to be printed that *NSYNC member Lance Bass used to be , however in an intense bidding battle with a significant company participant. It might later prove that participant used to be none other than home renovation network, HGTV. Even if McCormick sought after to possess the home that performed house to her youth personality for such a lot of years, the bidding battle used to be a turn-off.
“I simply more or less figured when I heard the entire craziness, I assumed, ‘guy, I will be able to’t even compete with the onslaught of people who I assumed could be coming for it,’” she stated.
Bass concept he had gained the home however took to social media to lament mysterious purchaser had swiped it out from underneath him. Then again, as soon as he discovered that HGTV used to be now in keep an eye on of the home, he relented.
“HGTV??! Aw guy,” Bass wrote. “I’d be beautiful disenchanted if it have been any individual else, however how are you able to be mad at HGTV?? My tv is caught on that channel. Kudos HGTV, I do know you’re going to do the proper factor with the home. That used to be all the time my greatest concern. I will be able to smile once more.”
The community plans to revive the house as an upcoming venture.