Bob Saget’s Brentwood home hits the market for $7.75 million

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The Los Angeles home of the late comedian Bob Saget will soon be on the market for over $7.75 million.

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the ‘Full House’ star’s six-bedroom, 6,600-square-foot Brentwood estate will be listed by her estate agent nephew Adam Saget of Compass.

The “America’s Funniest Home Videos” host bought the home in 2003 for $2.895 million and lived there with his three daughters and, a few years later, his second wife, Kelly Rizzo, according to the report.

He died in January at the age of 65 from a traumatic brain injury.

Built in the 1960s, the house was remodeled in the early 2000s before ‘The Aristocrats’ star bought it, Adam Saget told the publication. It features both stone and hardwood floors, a two-story living room with skylights, kitchen with dining area, and three fireplaces.

Sitting behind a gated security wall on approximately one-third of an acre, the grounds include a three-car garage, in-ground swimming pool, barbecue and entertaining area, and guest house.

A living room has glass doors opening to a shaded outdoor seating area, and the formal dining room includes one of the fireplaces.

After making his debut as a stand-up comedian, Bob Saget starred as Danny Tanner on “Full House” from 1989 to 1997, and reprized the role on “Fuller House” from 2016 to 2020. He has also hosted “America’s Funniest Home Videos”. from 1989 to 1997 before handing over hosting duties to John Fugelsang and Daisy Fuentes.

He also directed Norm MacDonald’s “Dirty Work” vehicle, and later starred as the unreliable narrator on the sitcom “How I Met Your Mother.”

Saget died suddenly and unexpectedly while in Florida on his “I Don’t Do Negative Comedy” tour earlier this year.

He regularly performed on shows featuring fellow comedians, including “Louie”, “Ellen”, “The Jeff Foxworthy Show”, and “The Larry Sanders Show”. He also performed himself on “Entourage”.

[Wall Street Journal] — Vince DiMiceli

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