Interior scenes were shot in a studio.
The show aired between 1969 and 1974, and the house hasn't been sold since 1973-when it went for just $60,000, CBS LA reports.
Located in the community of Studio City in Los Angeles, the split-level ranch was used as the exterior for the 1970s home of Mike, Carol, Greg, Peter, Bobby, Marcia, Jan, Cindy and Alice.
While the home's future owners won't get to lounge around the iconic Brady living room or pose for Christmas photos atop the show's grand wooden staircase, they will inherit something of a time capsule of their own.
According to the Ernie Carswell and Partners listing, it's the second-most photographed home in the US after the White House. Now that the couple has passed, the McCallisters kids are selling the home, real estate agent Ernie Carswell says. At 2,477 square feet, it features a rock-wall fireplace and wood-paneled walls, as well as a built-in bar.
"I have several buyers already interested", Berkshire Hathaway realtor Jodie Levitus Francisco told Deadline. "Emails, telephone calls - we may see upwards of 500 calls a day". It is speculated that a buyer will demolish the property, which sits on a more than 12,500-square-foot lot, and build a new residence.
The outside of the adobe was frequently shown in between scenes and after the show's classic opening credits, which featured the family's faces and a catchy theme song written by creator Sherwood Schwartz himself.