Everywhere you look, everywhere you go…a mansion is being sold in California. “Full House” creator Jeff Franklin has listed his mansion he had built on spec in Hollywood Hills West. Despite rumors that the estate is offered at a hefty $30 million price tag, the listing states that it’s “price on request.”
The writer-producer-director’s house was designed by Richard Landry. It’s a Contemporary set on nearly half an acre above the Sunset Strip with both city and ocean views. For the overly pampered homeowner, an infinity-edge pool and spa comes with.
A circular staircase connects three levels of living space, extending outdoors through numerous balconies and patio space. The master suite features a retractable skylight with a motorized blackout shade, walls of glass, a fireplace and an indoor-outdoor shower. There are three other bedrooms, a bonus room that could be used as a bedroom, a home theater and eight bathrooms.
A hidden, underground garage fits six cars and was designed to double as a nightclub, so you can party just like Jesse Katsopolis during his Smash Club days.
Franklin scooped up the property in 1988 for $1.9 million.