If you ever daydreamed about sharing a room with Marcia, Jan and Cindy you might finally get your chance. The Brady Bunch house is for sale in Southern California, but it comes with a pretty hefty price tag.

For the first time in 45 years the iconic Los Angeles house that served as the exterior of the Brady family home is up for sale. Located at 11222 Dilling Street in Studio City, California, the house has just been listed for a cool $1.885 million. Despite appearing to house the entire bunch, the split-level 2,500 square foot home features just two bedrooms (both master suites) and three bathrooms.

While the interior of the Brady’s home was built on a soundstage, the inside of this famous house has plenty of groovy touches, like wood-paneled walls, floral wallpaper and a MusiCal intercom and whole-house radio. “This is a postcard of exactly what homes looked like in the 1970s,”Ernie Carswell, the listing agent on the property, told The Los Angeles Times.

Tear-downs on desirable properties are popular in the challenging L.A. real estate market, but Carswell says they are definitely taking the future owner’s plans for the home into consideration. “We’re not going to accept the first big offer from a developer who wants to tear it down,” he said. “We’re going to wait a few days, in case there are others who want to purchase it as an investment to preserve it.”

If you don’t happen to have almost 2 million burning a hole in your pocket, you might still get a look inside the residence—which is so famous it has its own Yelp page—by requesting a showing. “We’re preparing for an avalanche. Emails, telephone calls—we may see upwards of 500 calls a day,” Carswell explained, letting would-be buyers know the house will be shown by appointment only.

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“I just don’t think we can have a Sunday open house where 1,000 people show up,” Carswell said. “We’d be inviting chaos.”

—Shahrzad Warkentin

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