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What it's like to live inside one of the iconic 'Painted Lady' homes in San Francisco

Imagine coming home from work and finding dozens of tourists parked across the street, snapping photos and singing the theme song from '90s sitcom "Full House." For San Francisco homeowners Come Lague and Charlene Li, the scene described is part of their everyday routine. The couple lives in one of the pastel-colored Victorians known collectively as the "Painted Ladies." Made famous in part by their appearance in the "Full House" intro, the homes are among the city's most photographed tourist destinations.
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