The California residence the place Bob Saget lived for 20 years is getting a $770,000 worth lower after three months in the marketplace with no purchaser, The Publish has realized.
The six-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom property was first listed in June — 5 months after Saget handed away in a Florida lodge — for $7.76 million. It now asks $6.99 million.
It spans greater than 6,600 sq. ft.
The late comic bought the Los Angeles residence in 2003 — the yr it was renovated and newly designed — for $2.9 million. He lived there till his dying.
Upon entry is an expansive lobby with stone and hardwood flooring all through the house.
The floorplan on the primary ground encompasses a skylighted two-story front room with an adjoining formal eating room, media and household rooms, and a visitor room. The eat-in kitchen comes with stainless-steel home equipment, a breakfast counter and a walk-in pantry.
Facilities embody a grand motor court docket, a three-car storage, a pool, a spa, a barbecue, and leisure and sensible residence controls, the itemizing states.
The first suite comes with excessive vaulted ceilings, a hearth, a non-public patio, and a “spa-like toilet.”
There’s additionally a separate visitor home that was final used as a health room.
Adam Saget, the late Saget’s nephew, holds the itemizing with Compass.
“Personally, I’m going to overlook our household gatherings and vacation celebrations we shared collectively within the residence,” Adam beforehand instructed The Publish in an announcement. “So many nice tales, plenty of laughs and reminiscences to cherish for years to return.”
“Bob was very into tech. Over time he put in sensible home controls and automation all through the house,” Adam Saget added.
Saget unexpectedly died on Jan. 9, 2022 on the Ritz-Carlton Orlando lodge on the age of 65. His dying was the results of of blunt head trauma, in accordance with the coroner.
He was discovered unresponsive in his lodge room. Emergency responders pronounced Saget useless on the scene.
Saget was finest identified for taking part in Danny Tanner on “Full Home” from 1987 to 1995, and for internet hosting “America’s Funniest Dwelling Movies” from 1989 to 1997.
Within the final years of his life, he hosted the podcast “Bob Saget’s Right here For You.”
On the time of his dying, Saget was on his “I Don’t Do Damaging Comedy Tour.”