September 24, 2022

The California home where Bob Saget has lived for 20 years is receiving a $770,000 rebate after three months on the market without a buyer, The Post has learned.

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The six-bedroom, 6.5-bath estate was first listed for sale in June – five months after Saget passed away at a Florida hotel – for $7.76 million. Now they are asking for 6.99 million dollars.

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Its area is over 6600 square feet.

The late comedian bought the Los Angeles home in 2003 when it was refurbished and redesigned for $2.9 million. He lived there until his death.

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At the entrance there is a spacious foyer with stone and wood floors throughout the house.

The floor plan on the ground floor features a two-story living room with ceiling lighting and an adjoining formal dining area, multimedia and family rooms, and a guest room. The kitchen-living room is equipped with stainless steel appliances, breakfast bar and pantry.

The house covers an area of ​​about 6600 square feet.
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The house has a separate guest house.
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Foyer.
Foyer.
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Two-story main living room.
Two-story large hall.
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Amenities include a large car yard, a three-car garage, a swimming pool, spa, barbecue, as well as entertainment and smart home controls, the listing says.

Master suite with high vaulted ceilings, fireplace, private patio and “spa style bathroom”.

There is also a separate guest house that was last used as a fitness room.

Adam Saget, nephew of the late Saget, owns the Compass listing.

“Personally, I will miss our family gatherings and holiday celebrations that we spent together at home,” Adam previously told The Post in a statement. “So many great stories, lots of laughs and memories to cherish for years to come.”

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Updated kitchen.
Updated kitchen.
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The warmly refurbished kitchen has direct access to the backyard.
The warmly refurbished kitchen has direct access to the backyard.
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Official dining room.
Official dining room.
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One of several residential areas.
One of several residential areas.
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Swimming pool.

Swimming pool.


Gym.

Gym.


Main suite.

Main suite.


Living room in master bedroom.

Living room in master bedroom.


Main bedroom.

Main bathroom.


Another bedroom.

Another bedroom.


Terrace on the second level of the house.


Office.

Office.


Second floor corridor.

Second floor corridor.


The house was designed by renowned design firm Douglas Busch Design.

The house was designed by renowned design firm Douglas Busch Design.


Corridor leading to the second floor.

Corridor leading to the second floor.


“Bob was very into technology. Over the years, he has been implementing smart home controls and automation throughout the home,” added Adam Saget.

Saget died unexpectedly on January 9, 2022 at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando at the age of 65. According to the coroner, his death was the result of blunt force trauma to the head.

He was found unconscious in a hotel room. Rescuers pronounced Saget dead at the scene.

Saget was best known for playing Danny Tanner on Full House from 1987 to 1995 and hosting America’s Funniest Home Videos from 1989 to 1997.

Another view of the spacious lobby.

Another view of the spacious lobby.


Guest house.

Guest house.


One of several residential areas.

One of several residential areas.


In the later years of his life, he hosted the podcast Bob Saget is Here for You.

At the time of his death, Saget was on his “I don’t do negative comedies” tour.

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