It turns out, a "Full House" can also be a pricey one.
Aunt Becky has amazing taste! Lori Loughlin, the actress best known for her role as Becky Katsopolis (and wife to John Stamos' Uncle Jesse) on both Full House and its Netflix revival, Fuller House, is selling her Bel Air, CA, estate for a whopping $35 million.
Lori bought the property less than two years ago for a smidge under $14 million, but according to the listing, the home was just completed — and it's stunning. (Have mercy!) Tucked behind gates on a cul-de-sac, the six-bed, nine-bath estate is located in uber-ritzy Holmby Hills (made famous by the Playboy Mansion, of course).
The 12,000-square-foot, contemporary Mediterranean home combines state-of-the-art details and timeless design. Overlooking the rolling greens of the Bel Air Country Club, the home is flooded with natural light. There is a two-story entry, sweeping staircase, and plenty of wall space for art or family photographs. The home flows from living room to media room, paneled library, oversized formal dining room, and gourmet eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line commercial appliances.
Peek inside the stunning property:
A luxurious master suite includes its own sitting room, as well as separate his-and-her bathrooms and closets. Four additional bedroom suites offer plenty of space to host the entire Full House cast. The home provides plenty of outdoor entertaining areas ranging from patios and balconies to an open-air bar. A swimming pool and spa, gym, and private staff room are part of the package.
In 2016, Lori teamed up again with most of her original Full House cast mates, including Candace Cameron Bure and Bob Saget (minus Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen), to appear on the Netflix TV reboot Fuller House. But with an impressive payday possible with the sale of this Bel Air home, she could afford to buy the original Full House in San Francisco, CA, without batting an eyelash!
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