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Bob Saget’s last home listed for $7.7 million in Los Angeles

Bob Saget‘s home that he shared with his wife Kelly Rizzo has been listed for over $7.7 million, following his untimely death earlier this year.

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It seems impossible that comedian and actor Bob Saget has been gone for several months now. Since his death, fans and co-stars–like Dave Coulier, John Stamos, Ashley Olsen, and Candace Cameron Bure have shared their feelings about, and memories of, the actor, his kindness, his generosity, and his humor.

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The home where he was living at the time of his death was listed by Compass Realty on Wednesday for $7.765 million. The late actor’s nephew, Adam Saget, holds the listing.

It was originally constructed in the 1960s, and then completely renovated as the new millennium began. Bob Saget purchased the home for $2.895 million in 2003 following that renovation and added Elan smart home features and automation to the home, bringing it into the modern technological age, according the Los Angeles Times.

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In early April, Saget’s wife Kelly Rizzo announced her decision to sell the Brentwood home where the couple had been living, saying taking care of the home had become too grand a burden for her to continue according to US Magazine. Later that month, Rizzo confirmed that she had moved out of the home.

The mansion is located at 1016 North Bundy Drive and sits on on a third of an acre near Getty Center in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles and features a main house, swimming pool, spa, and floods with natural light thanks to the many windows in the home.

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bob saget home

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Inside the main house, spacious living areas are open and feature a combination of wood, stone and glass. There are also a dual-sided fireplace that separates the dining room from a two-story living room, five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.

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bob saget home

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The home encompasses some 6,600 square feet and also comes with a primary suite that features two front-facing balconies and a terrace that grows from a hallway in the home.

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The guesthouse features one bedroom with a bathroom.

Saget rose to fame as the loveable Danny Tanner in the Disney/ABC family sitcom Full House, which aired 192 episodes from September 1987 to May 1995. He was also the host of America’s Funniest Home Videos and the narrator of the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother.

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More recently, Bob Saget had reprised his role as the patriarch Danny Tanner in a new series for Netflix called Fuller House.

Saget was found deceased by hotel security on January 9 at the Ritz Carlton Orlando Hotel where he was staying while he performed comedy shows as part of his I Don’t Do Negative Comedy Tour. The next day, an autopsy was performed. The Sheriff’s Department claimed there was no evidence of foul play in the room.

Weeks later, the final autopsy report showed that Saget had multiple injuries, including skull fractures which the Medical Examiner attributed to a possible fall backward.

The report sparked outcry from fans who wanted more answers and was met with criticism from members in the medical community who said that injuries like those Saget sustained are usually the result of a fall from 20 to 30 or more feet above the ground.

Bob Saget and Kelly Rizzo Are Married | PEOPLE.com

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Bob Saget and Kelly Rizzo married in 2018. Saget was previously married to Sherri Kramer, and the couple have three daughters.

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